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Rogue agent list must be available to all says ARLA as government mulls banning orders

first_imgHome » News » Rogue agent list must be available to all says ARLA as government mulls banning orders previous nextRegulation & LawRogue agent list must be available to all says ARLA as government mulls banning orders’Illogical’ to restrict access to local and national government officials only.Nigel Lewis21st February 20170763 Views The government’s plans to police letting agents and landlords from the private rental market via banning orders are ‘completely illogical and defeat the purpose of the legislation’, says ARLA Propertymark in its response to the government’s recent consultation.ARLA is concerned that the database of rogue landlords and agents subject to banning orders will only be available to local authorities and the Department for Communities and Local Government.“If there is no public access to the database how will landlords or tenants know if they are using a banned agent and how do agents see if those applying for employment are blacklisted or banned,” it says.ARLA instead wants access to the database granted to industries such as it and the NAEA because “unless we are included we will not know if our members are banned or blacklisted” and be able to take the “appropriate action against any member on the list”.But ARLA is pleased that the government has consulted on which offences by landlords and agents may attract a banning order and agrees with them, although it also says that agents who do not display their letting fees or who fail to sign up to one of the redress schemes should also be included.The government says banning orders may follow convictions for offices in three categories of offence – the proper management and maintenance of properties; immigration ‘rent to rent’ offences and serious criminal offences such as fraud, violence, harassment or supply of drugs.At the same time the government is mulling industry responses to its banning orders, one of the more serious cases of agent fraud has been highlighted in Kingston in London. Chatel Patel was jailed for ten months in April last year for using £27,000 of landlord funds to cover debts run up by his business, Giraffe Residential. Last week he was ordered to return the landlords’ funds and pay court costs, or face a further 30 more months in prison.rogue agents ARLA Propertymark banning orders rogue landlords February 21, 2017Nigel 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

Adrienne Lyle and Salvino Top FEI Grand Prix for Special CDI4*

first_imgThe Adequan® Global Dressage Festival continued on Thursday, April 1, marking a top placing for the USA’s Adrienne Lyle and Salvino in the FEI Grand Prix for Special CDI4*, presented by Adequan®. The final week of the 2021 AGDF concludes on Sunday, April 4. Free live streaming and on-demand of select classes are available to view at globaldressagefestival.com.It was Betsy Juliano LLC’s 2007 Hanoverian stallion by Sandro Hit that concluded the day with the highest honors in the International Stadium at Palm Beach International Equestrian Center’s (PBIEC) Equestrian Village, highlighting the stallion’s return to competition for the first time in over a year.“It felt amazing,” began Lyle. “He just never ceases to amaze me with his heart; that horse has a bigger heart than any animal on this planet I think. He’s just proven time and time again that he’ll be there when I need him to be there, if we listen to him and don’t overdo it. We waited to come out last year until later in the season and it worked, so we decided to wait again this year, and so far it’s off to a good start. Hopefully we can put in a few more performances like that leading up to the summer.”The pair put in an outstanding performance, ending the ride with a personal best score of 80.065%. “He felt really fit and fresh,” explained Lyle, “and was even squealing a little going around the outside of the ring like he was really fired up. I like him to be in that spot where he’s really excited to go in there.”She continued, “I actually started crying after the ride, which I hardly ever do. He didn’t put a foot out of place, and he’s so amazing. I could tell he was excited and fresh. We haven’t been in there in over a year, and when he went down centerline, he focused and knew it was time to put everything aside. He really knows how to be there for you, and not many horses are like that. You don’t get to sit on many of those in a lifetime.”Lyle has already had a successful season with her other grand prix mount, Harmony’s Duval, and now plans to campaign Salvino for a chance to represent the USA at the Tokyo Olympics this summer.“I am really lucky because I have two grand prix horses,” she stated, “so I myself don’t feel rusty even with his time away… Debbie and Betsy and I are all on the same page in the sense that he’s proven that less is more, and you have to stick to your gut. It’s hard sometimes when you’re sitting at home, you’re still six months away from the show, and you want to be working on things, but you have to tell yourself no, just keep him fit and happy and he’ll be there when you go to the ring. So far it’s proven true.”Once AGDF concludes, the pair, now based year-round in Wellington, will head to Tryon International Equestrian Center in North Carolina to compete in the newly upgraded CDI4*. “We’re planning on going to Tryon,” she remarked, “and then if that goes well, hopefully we’ll be named to the shortlist for the selection trials. For us, because those are [in Wellington], not much will change for him and that’s nice. It will be a good test because it will be similar heat to Tokyo. If we can have that advantage over some of the other European countries, I think we’re smart to utilize that.”Second place in the FEI Grand Prix for Special CDI4*, presented by Adequan® went to Olivia LaGoy-Weltz (USA) on Rassing’s Lonoir, Mary Anne McPhail and Olivia LaGoy-Weltz’s 2004 Danish Warmblood gelding by de Noir, who also earned a personal best score with 76.152%. Canada’s Naima Moreira Laliberte on Statesman, KML S.a.r.l.’s 2007 Hanoverian stallion by Sandro Hit, rode to a personal best score of 72.500%.The FEI Grand Prix for Special CDI3*, presented by Ashley Holzer of Southgate Farm with long time friends and co-sponsors P.J. Rizvi and Dr. Diane Fellows, was topped by Susan Dutta (USA) on Figeac DC, Tim and Susan Dutta’s 2009 Oldenburg gelding by Fackeltanz, with a 70.630%. Second place was awarded to Jessica Howington (USA) on her own 2007 KWPN mare, Cavalia, by Sir Donnerhall I, riding to a score of 68.522%. Third place was captured by another USA rider, Alice Tarjan, aboard her own 2010 Hanoverian mare by Christ, receiving a 67.457%.In the FEI Intermediaire I CDI3*, Dongseon Kim (KOR) rode his own Lord Nunes, a 2012 Rheinlander stallion by Lord Loxley I, to another successful day of competition after coming off of a win in yesterday’s FEI Prix St. Georges CDI3*. The pair earned a 69.382% to win the class. Second place went to Elaine Cordia Van Reesema (USA) on her own 2010 KWPN gelding, Fellow (Amazing Star), earning a 66.441%. Third went to Spain’s Paula Matute Guimon on Legacy’s Walentino, Deborah Ann Berger’s 2005 Hanoverian gelding by White Star, with 65.676%.Competition at AGDF 12 will continue tomorrow with a full schedule of classes, including the FEI Intermediaire I CDI1*, FEI Grand Prix Special CDI3*, presented by Southgate Farm, and the FEI Grand Prix for Freestyle CDI3*, presented by Wellington Equestrian Realty, followed by the FEI Grand Prix for Freestyle CDI4*, presented by Douglas Elliman Real Estate beginning at 4:40 p.m. For more information and to see a full list of results, visit www.globaldressagefestival.com.Final Results: FEI Grand Prix CDI4* for Special, presented by Adequan®:1. Adrienne Lyle (USA) on Salvino, Betsy Juliano LLC’s 2007 Hannoverian stallion by Sandro Hit: 78.478, 80.543, 79.891, 83.261, 78.152; 80.065%2. Olivia LaGoy-Weltz (USA) on Rassing’s Lonoir, Mary Anne McPhail and Olivia LaGoy-Weltz’s 2004 Danish Warmblood gelding by de Noir: 76.630, 76.087, 75.870, 76.957, 75.217; 76.152%3. Naima Moreira Laliberte (CAN) on Statesman, KML S.a.r.l.’s 2007 Hanoverian stallion by Sandro Hit: 71.739, 71.957, 74.457, 73.370, 70.978; 72.500%4. Chris Von Martels (CAN) on Eclips, Barbara Soederhuizen and Chris Von Martels 2009 KWPN gelding by Apache: 70.435, 70.326, 73.043, 73.478, 72.065; 71.869%5. Susan Dutta (USA) on Don Design DC, Susan and Tim Dutta’s 2010 Hannoverian gelding by Der Designer:71.522, 71.196, 71.630, 71.522, 70.109; 71.196%6. Benjamin Ebeling (USA) on Illuster Van De Kampert, Amy Roberts Ebeling and Sasha Cutter for Nuvolari Holdings LLC’s 2008 Belgian Warmblood gelding by Speilberg: 70.978, 70.978, 71.630, 70.543, 70.109; 70.848%7. Diane Creech (CAN) on Chrevi’s Christo, Louise Leatherdale and Diane Creech’s 2003 Danish warmblood gelding by Chrevi’s Cavallo: 69.130, 70.217, 71.630, 73.370, 69.022; 70.674%8. Catherine Haddad-Staller (USA) on Frankie, her own 2009 Hanoverian mare by Florencio 2: 70.109, 69.022, 69.130, 71.196, 62.239; 69.739%9. Jan Ebeling (USA) on Indeed, Vantage Equestrian Group II LLC’s 2008 Danish Warmblood mare by Hofrat: 67.717, 68.478, 70.000, 70.978, 66.522; 68.739% SIGN UP Tags: Dressage, Naima Moreira Laliberte, AGDF, Adrienne Lyle, Statesman, Salvino, Sandro Hit, FEI Grand Prix for Special CDI4*, We’ll send you our regular newsletter and include you in our monthly giveaways. PLUS, you’ll receive our exclusive Rider Fitness digital edition with 15 exercises for more effective riding. More from News:MARS Bromont CCI Announces Requirements For US-Based RidersThe first set of requirements to allow American athletes and support teams to enter Canada for the June 2-6 competition have been released.Canadian Eventer Jessica Phoenix Reaches the 100 CCI4*-S MarkPhoenix achieved the milestone while riding Pavarotti at the inaugural 2021 CCI4*-S at the Land Rover Kentucky Three-Day Event.Tribunal Satisfied That Kocher Made Prolonged Use of Electric SpursAs well as horse abuse, the US rider is found to have brought the sport into disrepute and committed criminal acts under Swiss law.Washington International Horse Show Returns to TryonTIEC will again provide the venue for the WIHS Oct. 26-31 with a full schedule of hunter, jumper and equitation classes.center_img Horse Sport Enews Subscribe to the Horse Sport newsletter and get an exclusive bonus digital edition! Email*last_img read more

Race will go to a runoff, Warnock advances

first_imgThat runoff election would be set for Jan. 5.One of two fierce 2020 races for Georgia’s U.S. Senate seats, the special election pitted several candidates against each other to replace retiring Republican Sen. Johnny Isakson.Georgia’s Republican Gov. Brian Kemp chose businesswoman Loeffler in late 2019 to temporarily replace Isakson after he retired due to “health challenges” with three years left in his term. – Advertisement – – Advertisement – Since Isakson had so much time left, his seat is up for election both this year in the special contest to finish the current term and again in 2022 for a regular, six-year Senate tenure.On the Democratic side, support had mostly consolidated by November behind Warnock, a pastor at the Ebenezer Baptist Church in Atlanta. Warnock’s church is known across the country as where civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr. served as pastor in the 1960s.Warnock’s principal opponent on the left was Matt Lieberman, son of former Connecticut Sen. Joe Lieberman. Lieberman faced widespread pressure from fellow Democrats to drop out of the race out of fear his presence on the ballot could jeopardize the party’s chances to qualify for the runoff.Notable demographic changes around Georgia’s major cities such as Atlanta have slowly put the historically Republican state in play for Democrats on the national stage.On the Republican side, Loeffler faced a tough reelection challenge from Collins, a fierce supporter of President Donald Trump.Loeffler became the second woman to represent Georgia in the U.S. Senate in January and marked a controversial pick for Kemp, who resisted Trump’s calls to nominate Collins. Other Republicans worried that Loeffler, who once supported political maverick and Utah Sen. Mitt Romney, simply wasn’t conservative enough.Loeffler was quick to bolster her conservative resume throughout 2020 in the hopes of fending off attacks from Collins, who had for months argued that he has a more consistent political track record. Asked during a debate in October to name one thing Trump has said or done that she disagrees with, Loeffler said “No.” Instead, she trumpeted her several months of voting with the president.For his part, Collins for months touted what he believes is his more consistent adherence to conservative values and attacked Loeffler for “shady” stock trading earlier in the year.Loeffler, the wealthiest member of Congress, came under fire in the spring after it was revealed that she and her husband had sold up to $3 million worth of equities. Those stock sales came right before a massive drop in the market in reaction to the spread of Covid-19 in the United States. Adding to the scrutiny, Loeffler is married to Jeffrey Sprecher, the chairman and CEO of Intercontinental Exchange, the company that owns the New York Stock Exchange. The couple’s combined net worth is about $520 million, according to The Washington Post.The regular election for Georgia’s other Senate seat between incumbent Republican David Perdue and Democrat Jon Ossoff is also extremely competitive. Kelly Loeffler, Raphael Warnock, Doug Collins, candidates for Georgia SenateReuters; Getty Imagescenter_img The hotly contested Georgia special election is projected to go to a runoff, according to NBC News, with Democratic nominee Raphael Warnock advancing against a Republican challenger who remains unclear.Two Republicans — Sen. Kelly Loeffler and Rep. Doug Collins — have fought fiercely in the election, with recent polls of the race showing support split relatively evenly between them.With no candidate projected to reach more than 50% of the vote, special election rules state that the top two finishers will compete in a critical January runoff election that will help determine which party takes control of the U.S. Senate. – Advertisement – – Advertisement –last_img read more