Tenants! Be the best that you can be! – NearlyLegal

Posted April 30th, 2013 in agreements, housing, landlord & tenant, local government, news by sally

“At the very beginning of social housing, with the Peabody Estates in the 1860s, prospective tenants faced imposed requirements that we would now consider to be extraneous to the tenancy: Mandatory smallpox vaccinations; curfews; and cleaning rotas before 10 am for communal areas, sinks and WCs. But even the Victorian paternalists didn’t lower themselves to the patronising, small minded and teeth-grindingly passive-aggressive approach apparently in vogue for 21st century social landlords.”

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NearlyLegal, 29th April 2013

Source: www.nearlylegal.co.uk