Rhoda Honey

Rhoda is a Solicitor in our Property Litigation team

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About Rhoda

Rhoda joined the Plymouth office as part of the Personal Injury Department and then completed a training contract in Commercial Property and Litigation.

She specialises in:

  • Commercial & residential claims relating to landlord and tenant
  • Section 8 and Section 21 notices and proceedings
  • Commercial property forfeiture matters

Rhoda also handles claims in connection with adverse possession, boundary disputes, trespass and nuisance.

Accolades and professional bodies

  • Qualified as a Solicitor in 2016
  • Associate Member of Devon Landlords’ Association

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Who is the Landlord?

By: Rhoda Honey Barrow and another v Kazim and others

This case is a useful reminder that the person serving a Section 21 Housing Act 1988 notice must be the ‘Landlord’ at the date the notice is given.

The Legislation

Section 21 sets out the procedure for a landlord to end an assured shorthold...

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Breaching a Lease Covenant

By: Rhoda Honey

Reiner & Anor v Triplark Ltd EWCA Civ 2151; a tenant of a flat, had breached a lease covenant for failing to obtain consent to assign her lease, despite the right to manage company failing to comply with statutory requirements.

In the above recent case of Reiner (4 October 2018), the...

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Landlords; Reminder to Obtain HMO Licence

By: Rhoda Honey

The government has extended licensing provisions from 1 October 2018; this means that landlords who let out properties with any number of storeys that have 5 or more tenants, who aren’t related, and who share facilities like kitchens or lavatories, will require a licence from the local housing authority.

The government...

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Gaining Possession Without a Written Tenancy

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What you have said about working with Rhoda...

Kitsons immediately understood my problem even though I was out of my depth dealing with another firm of solicitors. They managed my case in good time resulting in full closure for me. A special mention should go to Rhoda Honey who was a comfort to work with. Clearly explained 'jargon' and personally ensured I was clear on my costs all the time. Thank you!

Everything was done smoothly; nothing was too much trouble, very good advice & a good service. Rhoda Honey is a credit to your Company.