Suspendisse Efficitur Fringilla
Felis non dui efficitur suscipit. Nulla gravida dolor quis tellus mattis, vel viverra risus tincidunt. Quisque in luctus lorem.
Commodo Cursus Odio
Morbi lectus mi, molestie et blandit ut, finibus a est. Nullam at ligula in urna mollis dictum. Nullam aliquam pulvinar.
Vestibulum Vitae Dictum
Etiam eu sem pretium, sodales nulla in, elementum lacus. Vestibulum vitae elit dictum, pellentesque massa sed.
Nullam Aliquam Pulvinar
Tellus mattis vel viverra risus tincidunt. Quisque in luctus lorem ut finibus a est molestie et blandit vitae elit dictum.

Tag Archives

Archive of posts published in the tag: 福州澜桥养生会所

Get ready for an evictions ‘avalanche’ after May 31st, warns expert

first_imgHome » News » Get ready for an evictions ‘avalanche’ after May 31st, warns expert previous nextRegulation & LawGet ready for an evictions ‘avalanche’ after May 31st, warns expertPaul Shamplina of Landlord Action says courts will struggle to clear backlog of 20,000 old cases and new ones when ban ends.Nigel Lewis31st March 20210678 Views Leading evictions expert Paul Shamplina has warned letting agents and landlords to expect a ‘concerning’ and potentially chaotic situation once the ban on bailiff evictions is lifted on May 31st.The Landlord Action founder says the County Court system will be unable to cope with the avalanche of 20,000 evictions cases that are either waiting to be given the green light or for warrants to be executed.On May 31st the courts will face the daunting task of processing and enforcing the backlog, in addition to fresh cases that will be coming to court.Each year in England and Wales some 28,000 evictions are processed but last year just 500 went through the courts after the March lockdown.Shamplina (pictured) says all these unprocessed evictions will not go away and that: “Unfortunately, we now have a situation where cases are backed up, new cases are arising all the time and the scale of the issue is impossible to predict because so many are still being cushioned by support such as furlough, business grants and/or mortgage holidays.“When this package of measures comes to an end, and without government support to help tenants pay back accumulated arrears, I fear we could be heading for an eviction avalanche.”Also, the government’s six-months arrears requirement won’t help – Landlord Action says 60% of its cases are those where tenants are more than half a year behind in rent.Before Covid, the company says, such cases were rare.The courts will also have to deal with a deluge of landlords who have court orders outstanding from a year ago and warrants due to expire, and who must now re-apply to refresh their claims.“We don’t yet know if these landlords will be at the front or the back of the queue” says Shamplina.bailiff evictions Paul Shamplina of Landlord Action March 31, 2021Nigel LewisWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021 Hong Kong remains most expensive city to rent with London in 4th place30th April 2021last_img read more

Women’s soccer heads home

first_imgJEFF SCHORFHEIDE/Herald file photoFollowing two weeks on the road, the Badgers return home this weekend for their final two non-conference matches before the start of Big Ten play. Wisconsin (4-2-1) will open a four-game home stand Friday against Pepperdine (3-3-1) and wrap up the weekend Sunday against Nevada (0-5-1).After putting on an impressive offensive display two weeks ago en route to winning the Hoosier Classic, the Wisconsin offense went cold last weekend, scoring only one goal in a 1-0 loss and 1-1 tie to Boston and Harvard, respectively.The Badgers outshot the competition 34-19 in the two games, but poor weather conditions and tough defense made it tough to find the back of the net.“I don’t want to blame anything, but the weather just did not play to our advantage,” senior forward Taylor Walsh said. “We were playing on a terrible, muddy field with standing water. We created enough chances, but it was just hard to score goals.”UW head coach Paula Wilkins hopes spending the next two weeks at home will help the team work on those issues and improve its play when it hits the road again Oct. 3 to face Ohio State.“I think it will make the team a little bit hungrier and more focused,” Wilkins said. “One of the goals for our team this year is to win games on the road in the Big Ten. The environment on the road in the conference will be difficult, and it’s my job to prepare them for that.”Although the Badgers hope to use these final non-conference games to prepare for the Big Ten, they have been careful not to look ahead to next week’s conference opener against Illinois.“What we’ve talked about all season is ‘every game matters,’” Wilkins said. “Every game we want to get better; we’re not focused on the Big Ten yet because we look at these as games where we need to get better as a team.”Pepperdine comes into the weekend looking to extend its current two-game winning streak. The Waves will be playing away from home for the first time this season as they set out on a nine-game road trip after starting the season with seven games at home.Friday will be Pepperdine’s third match this season against Big Ten opponents. The Waves recently earned a 1-0 overtime victory over Iowa and lost in overtime to Northwestern 3-2 as a part of the Pepperdine Nike Challenge. Wilkins, however, does not believe the game will provide an opportunity to compare her team with other Big Ten opponents.“I don’t know how they are this year, Northwestern and Iowa,” Wilkins said. “I respect their coaches greatly, and I expect they are improved from last year, but I won’t really know how we match up against them until we face them on the field.”The Wolf Pack of Nevada enter the weekend in search of their first win of the season. First, they will travel Friday to face UW-Green Bay, a team the Badgers defeated 1-0 just over three weeks ago to earn their first victory of the season.Nevada has struggled on both sides of the ball this season, as it has been outshot 84-64 and opponents have outscored the Wolf Pack 14-3.For the Badgers, this weekend presents an opportunity to return to a more comfortable and friendly environment after struggling on the road last weekend. Much of the problems for Wisconsin were caused by nerves and the youth of the team.“We just need to focus in front of the box and calm down,” Walsh said. “We get a little overexcited sometimes in front of the goal, but I think it will come. We create enough opportunities, and eventually it will come.”Despite the setback in Boston, Wisconsin remains focused on the task ahead, hoping to use its struggles to learn for the future.“I don’t think those games are going to affect us in a negative way,” Walsh said. “If anything, we’ve seen what we need to work on, and we’ve seen what we’re capable of doing. I think we’ll just look at it and realize we just need to improve from here to keep that from happening again.”last_img read more