Private landlords considering tenancy agreements might consider including parking criteria after a bizarre dispute in West Rutland earlier this week.

A quarrel led to a landlord poking his tenant with a shotgun at a house in Main Street, Rutland, on Monday, reports the Rutland Herald.

The argument started because the tenant - who lived in an apartment upstairs from the landlord - would not move his truck from outside the house.

On Tuesday the landlord pleaded innocent to a charge of misdemeanour charge of reckless endangerment, the article noted.

It comes as pressures associated with the current financial climate could impact on landlord-tenancy agreements or tenancy-deposit disputes.

But Kevin Firth, director of The Deposit Protection Service (DPS), recently said the number of disputes between landlords and tenants has been relatively small since the government introduced its current tenancy-deposit scheme.

His comments came after research by the DPS found that disagreements were more commonly found in the south-east of England.ADNFCR-2002-ID-18998174-ADNFCR

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