As a landlord, if you let your property to several tenants who aren’t members of the same family, it may be a ‘House in Multiple Occupation’ (HMO). Houses in Multiple Occupation (HMOs) are a special type of rental property in which the facilities are shared by separate households Your property is an HMO if both of the following
Yahoo! has indicated that significantly more people may have been affected by the data breach reported last December than first thought and that all user accounts may have been affected by the August 2013 theft. That’s all three billion user accounts and up from the one billion figure Yahoo initially reported. Since disclosing the hack,
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About 400,000 people in the UK may have had their information stolen following a cyber-breach at the credit monitoring firm Equifax. The US company said an investigation had revealed that a file containing UK consumer information “may potentially have been accessed”. The data includes names, dates of birth, email addresses and telephone numbers, but does
According to the BBC website, Aileen, the first named storm this season, brought heavy rain and high winds on Tuesday night, affecting rail services and leaving thousands without power. The Met Office said gusts of 74mph hit Mumbles Head in south Wales, with southern parts of northern England and the north Midlands also badly affected. Although predicting how
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Squatting in unoccupied residential buildings in England and Wales is a criminal offence, however this does not include commercial properties. The police can only take action if squatters commit other crimes when entering or staying in a property. Crimes include: causing damage when entering the property causing damage while in the property not leaving when
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