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- Assured Shorthold Tenancy Ends. What happens when my AST ... (119776 views)
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- Earth Bonding - I called an electrician to do ... (112501 views)
- Re-development Ground - Section 25 Notice. My landlord has ... (111403 views)
- Tenancy Deposit Scheme (TDS) I believe the TDS scheme ... (2012-05-10 21:55)
- Does a tenant need to give the landlord notice ... (2012-05-10 21:41)
- Bankrupt Tenant – it seems my tenant will be ... (2012-04-25 17:26)
- Letting with Pets – I instructed my letting agent ... (2012-04-25 17:18)
- Abandoned Possessions - My tenants have vacated the property ... (2012-04-25 17:08)
- Bankrupt Tenant – it seems my tenant will be declared bankrupt very soon. He is self employed and his business is in trouble. He says he will still be able to pay my rent, even though he is 3 months’ in arrears and has 6 months left on a 12 month tenancy. I’ve been told that I can’t insist on this as he will be protected and I won’t be able to evict either. Is this right?
During these difficult economic times tenants in arrears and bankruptcy are occupational hazards for landlords and even the best of tenants can find themselves in ...
- Bank Rate or Base Rate - What is the Bank Rate and how will it affect me as a property investor?
The Base Rate is set by the Bank of England for lending to other banks, used as the basis for interest rates generally. The Bank ...
- Break Clause. I am negotiating to take a lease with a break clause so that I can get out of the lease if my new business fails. Are there any points I should be aware of?
Break clauses are not as straighforward as one might at first sight imagine. Whilst it is undoubtably sensible that a tenant with a new business insist ...