Rhoda Honey

Rhoda is a Solicitor in our Property Litigation team

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About Rhoda

Rhoda has been with Kitsons since 2014, when she joined the Plymouth office as a paralegal in the Personal Injury Department. Rhoda went on to complete a training contract in Commercial Property and Litigation, qualifying in 2016.

She specialises in:

  • Leasehold Extensions and Enfranchisement; Acting for either landlords and tenants in Lease Extensions, Right to Manage and Rights of Tenants to Acquire the Freehold
  • General Commercial and Residential disputes between landlord and tenant
  • Possession of Residential Property; Section 21 and 8 notices, notices to quit, proceedings, obtaining possession orders and bailiff instruction
  • Possession of Commercial property; Forfeiture, Commercial Rent Arrears Recovery (CRAR), Defence of Relief from Forfeiture
  • Commercial contractual disputes

Rhoda also handles claims in connection with trespass, nuisance, boundary disputes, breach of covenants, service charges, dilapidations and adverse possession.

Accolades and professional bodies

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

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Landlords; don’t leave your tenants in the cold!

By: Rhoda Honey

The house in Ivybridge, Devon, had been in a state of disrepair for a long time, which was affecting the health of the elderly and vulnerable tenant.

After investigating the complaint, South Hams District Council served an improvement notice, which required repairs to be undertaken to the heating system, fire proofing...

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MEES Regulations: Landlords, are you ready for 1st April 2020?

By: Rhoda Honey

The Energy Efficiency (Private Rented Property) (England and Wales) Regulations 2015 (“MEES Regulations 2020”), place EPC obligations on landlords. The MEES Regulations 2020 require landlords to make energy efficiency improvements to a sub-standard domestic property currently being let.

A sub-standard property is a property with a valid EPC rating of F...

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Landlords; are you prepared for the Electrical Safety Regulations?

By: Rhoda Honey

If The Regulations are passed, private Landlords will be required to ensure electrical safety standards are met, which means complying with the electrical safety standards in the 2018 edition of the IET wiring regulations (BS7671:2018). In addition, Landlords must ensure that a qualified person inspects every fixed electrical installation at...

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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.