Oxford student rent returned after months-long battle with a real estate agency

Students involved in a row over an ‘uninhabitable’ rental house, which left them in debt of over £ 5,000, finally celebrated a victory. Fabricio Thercaj and Lee Kadiri, who study at Oxford Brookes University, revealed they received their bail and first month’s rent totaling £ 1,766.33, and thousands of pounds …

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New York rent relief requests open on June 1 for tenants and landlords

This article is adapted from our Rent Update newsletter which focuses on the issues facing tenants and landlords during the pandemic. You can register here to get it or fill out the form at the bottom of this article. After more than a year of waiting for substantial relief for …

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She bought a truck – then forgot about it. Was this an early sign of dementia?

Long before they are diagnosed, dementia patients often lose their ability to manage their finances, frequently making impulse purchases that they later cannot remember, Michelle Andrews reports for the. New York Times. Models of Home and Community Memory Care She bought a truck online and forgot it the next day …

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Best Auto Insurance In North Carolina With Bad Credit

According to the Insurance Information Institute, drivers with low credit scores are more likely to file a claim with their auto insurance provider. This means that unless you live in California, Hawaii, or Massachusetts, your credit score does impact the cost of your premium. However, if you are looking for …

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US banks set to hit ‘record levels’ in revenue in 2021, IIR says

According to the Institute of International Finance, an industry group, US banks are expected to report “record levels” of profits in 2021 as the US economy recovers and financial markets continue to perform well. IIR CEO Tim Adams said on Friday that improving the economy would increase bank lending and …

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Students return to UK campuses amid explosive growth of Indian variant of covid

University students began returning to campus on May 17, as the economy reopened by the Johnson government while removing restrictions on the spread of the Covid-19 pandemic. The first reopening of campuses last September led to the massive spread of Covid-19, forcing thousands of students to self-isolate after moving away …

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AM Best reviews positive outlook for Anchor General in California

AM Best revised the outlook from positive to stable and confirmed the financial strength rating of B (fair) and the issuer’s long-term credit rating of “bb +” (fair) of Anchor General Insurance Co. at San Diego, California, and Pacific Star Insurance Co. in Madison, Wisconsin, a subsidiary of Anchor General. …

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Protect Mainers Not Profits, Reopen Schools, Retirement Security Is Possible

Letters submitted by BDN readers are verified by the staff of the BDN Opinion Page. Send your letters to [email protected] Protect Mainers, Not Profits Something must be done to control the rising costs of health care and prescription drugs. I hope our lawmakers take action this year and vote to …

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