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Oct 30 2013

Tenancy Deposit Protection: What Do You Need to Know as a Residential Property Landlord?

Del Cudd

Renting out your residential property or purchasing a buy-to-let investment presents a variety of exciting opportunities both financially and practically, however, many new landlords are unaware of the pitfalls that go hand-in-hand with a move into letting.

Tenancy deposit protection is one such minefield that has left many newbies and established landlords in hot water, despite being introduced as a compulsory measure back in 2007. However, with reams of legal jargon to decipher it’s easy to understand how the convenience of renting out your property can quickly turn into a troubling tale and a large legal bill.

Being aware of the legalities of tenancy deposit protection is the first step to managing your property lawfully and successfully, and can ensure that both you and your tenant are satisfied for the length of your agreement. Section 214 and 215 of the Housing Act 2004 are must reads for landlords of residential properties…

Oct 28 2013

Leading solicitors firm attracts business from across UK

Partners Del Cudd, Jen Finch & Chris Tymanoskwi

Leading solicitors Peter Lynn and Partners have shown how highly skilled and competitively priced they are after being selected to join price comparison website

The Swansea and Cardiff based firm say they are receiving a steady stream of residential conveyancing and mortgage work from across south Wales and the UK since joining the popular internet site.

Partner Jen Finch reveals that interest in the firm in recent months has been incredible from both local and national clients.

“We are now on the exclusive list at and we are obviously showing we are very competitive judging by the work we are…

Oct 28 2013

Support for Recent Mumbles Fashion Week

Swansea-based legal firm Peter Lynn and Partners has spoken of their delight in sponsoring and supporting the recent Mumbles Fashion Week.

Mumbles Fashion Week, which took place earlier this month, is an important event in every self-respecting fashionista’s diary and one that showcases the latest and greatest from boutiques throughout the area. Celebrating its third year at the forefront of the local community and the local fashion scene, Mumbles Fashion Week has fast become an iconic event. This year was no exception as boutiques presented collections packed with inspiration for the upcoming autumn/winter season.

Known for preventing legal problems and offering…

Oct 23 2013

Highest divorce rates at seaside towns!

The Office of National Statistics has reported that English seaside towns have a higher proportion of divorcees than elsewhere in England.

Blackpool tops the list at 13.1% of the population being divorced.

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Oct 23 2013

Hot Legal Topics – Sport

The dispute between Premier Rugby and the European Rugby Cup continues with the unions holding leverage under IRB rules.  We await the outcome of the negotiations but it seems the lawyers are having a field day!  If you are a party to any sports contracts as a club, body, agent or player and you need advice contact Peter Lynn on Swansea 450010.

There are new revised proposed sanctions in respect of non intentional doping by sports men and women.  If you are involved as a player, coach, governing body or otherwise and need full expert advice contact Peter Lynn on…

Oct 22 2013

Star bowler receives award from leading Swansea solicitor

Prolific bowler Michael Hogan was the big winner at Glamorgan’s end of season dinner taking the county’s player of the year and the St Helen’s Balconiers player of the year awards.

Leading Swansea solicitor Peter Lynn was honoured to hand Hogan his trophy as Glamorgan’s player of the year at the dinner at the Towers Hotel, Swansea.

Hogan, 32, deservedly won his awards after an outstanding debut season for the Welsh county.

The Australian bowler claimed 103 victims in all forms of cricket this summer and became the first Glamorgan bowler to take more than a century of wickets for the county…