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knoba
18-03-2007, 12:52 PM
Fantastic, Interesting forum btw, Thankyou. I have read and re-read alot of threads here, and so, I submit my apology in advance for my confusions.

I just want to check that I have things right and glean anyones thoughts on my issues.

I inherited a property, jointly with my brother, from my family 2 years ago. My father signed the AST for a new tenant 9 months ago. It has taken a long time to hand things over. The tenant started on a 6mth AST (30-06-06), paying monthly, which has since lapsed into a periodic tenancy by over 3 mths. He has consistently paid his rent late and currently owes 3 months rent.


I can "ask" him to leave the property with this letter and his permission of course;



Dear Mr ~
It has been stated on numerous occasions that you are consistently late with your rent and, are currently, 3 months in rent arrears. Please find a current financial statement attached. I have been more than generous in giving you time to pay your debts and open to all communications from you during our relationship of trust. I personally feel betrayed and can no longer afford to subsidise your rent and allow you to jeopardise the homes of the other people living in the building.

Court action is currently being taken to evict you under section 8 and Section 21 of the 1988 Housing Act.

It therefore gives me no great pleasure to ask you to vacate the premises and seek alternative accommodation, with your permission, no later than 14 days after the receipt of this letter which will entail a signed agreement that all debts between us are clear and void and that you waive your right to live there. If you do not agree to leave within this time, I will be forced to issue court proceedings against you to re-pay the entire debt, including court costs, which may also lead to a CCJ awarded against you.

Yours faithfully,

I should also send with this letter and financial statement, a signed and dated S21(4) dated for 29-05-07 & a signed and dated S8 on grounds 8, 10 and 11. before the end of this month to the tenant by registered mail. What happens if he doesn't sign for the letter?

If the tenant agrees to leave I will have to draw up a waiver contract that states that we are in agreement and that all debts are cancelled and he waives his right to live there. All OK?

If the tenant does not give his permission to leave (by mutual consent) I will have to go to the court and fill in a form, with my evidence, to apply for possesion under S8. If that is granted is my S21 still valid? If the S8 is not granted (doubtful since 3months in area rs?). I will have to go to the court and fill in another form, with my evidence, to apply for possesion under S21. Then possibly bailiffs for eviction. Hopefully that's close to the end of it.

Also to stop this situation happening in the future, I thought I could dissuade the tenant from foul play by holding 3 months money in advance. Cash is king and may succeed where the law will not. Thoughts please!

(If this is correct please feel free to (amend and) use this notice letter above for your own purposes, which I release under the terms of the GPL. for public use.) It is intended to represent a business transaction rather than a threat to the tenant.

Joannepowell
18-03-2007, 13:22 PM
Fantastic, Interesting forum btw, Thankyou. I have read and re-read alot of threads here, and so, I submit my apology in advance for my confusions.

I just want to check that I have things right and glean anyones thoughts on my issues.

I inherited a property, jointly with my brother, from my family 2 years ago. My father signed the AST for a new tenant 9 months ago. It has taken a long time to hand things over. The tenant started on a 6mth AST (30-06-06), paying monthly, which has since lapsed into a periodic tenancy by over 3 mths. He has consistently paid his rent late and currently owes 3 months rent.


I can "ask" him to leave the property with this letter and his permission of course;



Dear Mr ~


It has been stated on numerous occasions that you are consistently late with your rent and, are currently, 3 months in rent arrears. Please find a current financial statement attached. I have been more than generous in giving you time to pay your debts and open to all communications from you during our relationship of trust. I personally feel betrayed and can no longer afford to subsidise your rent and allow you to jeopardise the homes of the other people living in the building. You might prefer to call the financial statement the RENT ACCOUNT STATEMENT.



Court action is currently being taken to evict you under section 8 and Section 21 of the 1988 Housing Act. Court action can not be commenced until the notice has expired on either the section 8 or the section 21. The earliest way to start court proceeding is to serve the section 8, however, please note that should the tenant bring arrears to below 2mths prior to the court hearing then the judge does not have to grant possession (this is because ground 8 is mandatory but grounds 10 and 11 are only discretionary).



It therefore gives me no great pleasure to ask you to vacate the premises and seek alternative accommodation, with your permission, no later than 14 days after the receipt of this letter which will entail a signed agreement that all debts between us are clear and void and that you waive your right to live there. If you do not agree to leave within this time, I will be forced to issue court proceedings against you to re-pay the entire debt, including court costs, which may also lead to a CCJ awarded against you. The section 8 is what asks your tenant to vacate within 14 days unless he clears his rent arrears. You can not start court proceedings until the notice has expired (ie two weeks from serving it). You really should serve the section 8 at the same time you send this letter. You might also want to serve the section 21 at the same time. This could prove useful because if your section 8 fails in court at least the two months notice on the section 21 will have also expired.




Yours faithfully,
I should also send with this letter and financial statement, a signed and dated S21(4) dated for 29-05-07 & a signed and dated S8 on grounds 8, 10 and 11. before the end of this month to the tenant by registered mail. What happens if he doesn't sign for the letter? If the tenant doesn't sign for the mail it is still deemed as being served and you will have proof of postage to show the judge. However, it is also worth posting a second copy by hand (with witness) or post a second copy (or even a third copy) by normal mail. That way the judge will be in no doubt that the tenant must have received at least one of letters! Both the section 8 and section 21 can be served NOW. No need to wait until the end of the month! Just be sure that you get the dates right on the notices or they may be invalidated!

If the tenant agrees to leave I will have to draw up a waiver contract that states that we are in agreement and that all debts are cancelled and he waives his right to live there. All OK? No need for this really. Once he has removed his belongings and given you the keys he has relinquished possession. You might find that this agreement is actually more to the benefit of the tenant because you are signing away your right to chase the debt.

If the tenant does not give his permission to leave (by mutual consent) I will have to go to the court and fill in a form, with my evidence, to apply for possesion under S8. If that is granted is my S21 still valid? If the S8 is not granted (doubtful since 3months in area rs?). I will have to go to the court and fill in another form, with my evidence, to apply for possesion under S21. Then possibly bailiffs for eviction. Hopefully that's close to the end of it. The forms you fill in to claim for possession are called N5 and N119. Both these forms are available to download from the HMCS website so there would be no need for a trip to the court. Don't forget that if the tenant reduces his arrears to below 2mths prior to the court hearing then you are not guaranteed possession. The section 21 would still be valid. By the time you get to court with your section 8 (takes two - three months to get a hearing date) then you will find that the section 21 will have also expired. This could prove useful in the event that the section 8 fails as you could inform the judge that you have an expired section 21 and he might be good enough to then grant possession on the grounds 10 and 11 to save you a trip back to court!

Also to stop this situation happening in the future, I thought I could dissuade the tenant from foul play by holding 3 months money in advance. Cash is king and may succeed where the law will not. Thoughts please! Are you talking about 3mths as a deposit or three months rent in advance? I personally think that asking for 3 mths deposit could deter a lot of potentially good tenants because that would be a huge sum to find prior to starting a new tenancy (especially when rent has to be found in advance too!). If you are talking 3 mths rent in advance, in the event of default you would have to wait for an extra 3mths before your tenant is even in arrears! Therefore section 8 would take forever to be applicable.....

(If this is correct please feel free to (amend and) use this notice letter above for your own purposes, which I release under the terms of the GPL. for public use.) It is intended to represent a business transaction rather than a threat to the tenant.


Dear Knoba - I hope my comments in red prove useful to you.

Kind Regards

J

knoba
18-03-2007, 14:21 PM
Thankyou so much for your time and efforts there J. I have read a lot of your posts and I consider you to be pretty hot! :) Excellent advice. I will re-do the letter for any other folks, who want it, to copy it too.

I believe I would rather just get the tenant out than suffer any more losses. It must already be financially hard on him too as I have been homeless for a few years myself previously due to poor finnances. That's just the way life goes sometimes...? This way we both get to move on to somewhere new. It is, however then, my responsibility to make sure it doesn't happen again.


I inherited a property, jointly with my brother, from my family 2 years ago. My father signed the AST for a new tenant 9 months ago. It has taken a long time to hand things over. The tenant started on a 6mth AST (30-06-06), paying monthly, which has since lapsed into a periodic tenancy by over 3 mths. He has consistently paid his rent late and currently owes 3 months rent.

I can "ask" him to leave the property with this letter and his permission of course;



Dear Mr ~

It has been stated on numerous occasions that you are consistently late with your rent and, are currently, 3 months in rent arrears. Please find a current rent account statement attached. I have been more than generous in giving you time to pay your debts and open to all communications from you during our relationship of trust. I personally feel betrayed and can no longer afford to subsidise your rent and allow you to jeopardise the homes of the other people living in the building.

Actions have already commenced to re-gain possesion of the property through the County Court under sections 8 and Sections 21 of the 1988 Housing Act.

It therefore gives me no great pleasure to ask you to vacate the premises and seek alternative accommodation, with your permission, no later than 14 days after the receipt of this letter which will entail a signed agreement that all debts between us are clear and void and that you waive your right to live there. If you do not agree to leave within this time, I will be forced to issue further court proceedings against you to re-pay the entire debt, including court costs, which may also lead to a CCJ awarded against you.

Yours faithfully,

This letter to be sent in triplicate; "Registered", "First Class" and "By Hand" with a witness, including the current rent account statement, together with a signed and dated S21(4) dated for 29-05-07 & a signed and dated S8 on grounds 8, 10 and 11. ASAP.

If the tenant does not give his permission to leave (by mutual consent) I will download a N5 form from the HMCS website and fill it in , with my evidence, to apply for possesion under S8 on grounds 8, 10 and 11. And I will also download an N119 form from the HMCS website and fill that in too , with my evidence, to apply for possesion under S21(4).

(If this is correct please feel free to (amend and) use this notice letter above for your own purposes, which I release under the terms of the GPL. for public use.) It is intended to represent a business transaction rather than a threat to the tenant.

Joannepowell
18-03-2007, 14:25 PM
Knoba - just remember that I am not legally qualified and so can ony advise from my own personal experiences and the many hours research I have done on the issue of claiming possession.

That said, I wish you well with your case. :)

Kind Regards

J

knoba
18-03-2007, 15:14 PM
Thanks again J! Experience is a superb quality i never tire of.

I have posted up a sample "Notice.sxw" letter and also a "Rent Account Statement.sxc" in Open Office format (zipped) to present to the reluctant tenant and hopefully not to the Courts. ;)

If someone has been through the court system, with this sort of evidence, could tell me if the Rent Account Statement is ok?


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Joannepowell
18-03-2007, 15:57 PM
Thanks again J! Experience is a superb quality i never tire of.

I have posted up a sample "Notice.sxw" letter and also a "Rent Account Statement.sxc" in Open Office format (zipped) to present to the reluctant tenant and hopefully not to the Courts. ;)

If someone has been through the court system, with this sort of evidence, could tell me if the Rent Account Statement is ok?


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Knoba - I have sent you a pm.

I was hoping to attach a copy of my rent statement for you here but unfortunatley the system is telling me it is an invalid file. Sorry.

Basically my spreadsheet includes the following titles:

Date
Description (this could include Rent, Interest, Admin Fee etc)
Amount Due
Payment Received
Balance Due (outstanding)
Appendix
Notes


I put an Appendix number on all my communications to tenants. The Appendix column within the rent statement allows me to make a note of the particular appendix if there has been an admin fee charged for the production of a letter etc.

The notes column can be anything you'd like to add as a reminder or addtional info but I also use it to explain the maths behind any interest payments that have been added to the account. (Eg. £40 due 4/11/06 = 67 days overdue @ 9% and the total of 67p would be shown in the amount due column).

At the bottom of the statement I provide the total figure due on the date of the rent statement being produced. I also make a note of the percentage that interest is being calculated with.

Hope info provided helps.

J

knoba
19-03-2007, 02:51 AM
Many thanks to Joannepowell for much help with this.


Dear Mr(s) ~

Please find enclosed a section 8 notice. This is a legal document and should be read carefully. If you do not bring your rent account up to date by (insert the date of expiry as on the section 8) you will leave me no option other than to commence legal proceedings against you with no further notice.

Should you no longer be in a position to afford the agreed rent on the property and would like to terminate your tenancy voluntarily rather than face a court hearing, please contact me to discuss this further. I am not an unreasonable person and would be quite happy to 'write off' the current debt on the proviso that you vacate the property by the date stated on the section 8 notice.

Please be aware that this is a very reasonable offer as I am legally within my rights to claim for a money order against you in the event of this claim for possession ending up in court. In the event of court action I would also be seeking a claim for costs which will increase your debt considerably and ultimately may result in you having a CCJ registered against your name. Please note that a CCJ would impact upon your future credit-worthiness.

I urge you to consider accepting this very generous offer but also advise you to seek legal assistance if you are at all unsure about what the enclosed Section 8 notice means and what your legal rights are.


Yours faithfully,



Joannepowell - Notes;
"The above text I have suggested sounds less 'harassing' and a judge will see that you have also suggested that the tenant takes legal advice concerning the situation. You therefore can not then be held responsible if the tenant chooses to ignore your advice."

On the RentAccountStatement spreadsheet;
I put an Appendix number on all my communications to tenants. The Appendix column within the rent statement allows me to make a note of the particular appendix if there has been an admin fee charged for the production of a letter etc.

The notes column can be anything you'd like to add as a reminder or additional info but I also use it to explain the maths behind any interest payments that have been added to the account. (E.g. £40 due 4/11/06 = 67 days overdue @ 9% and the total of 67p would be shown in the amount due column).

At the bottom of the statement I provide the total figure due on the date of the rent statement being produced. I also make a note of the percentage that interest is being calculated with.


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Apols for the thread being so messy. Maybe an admin can tidy it up or find a new place for GPL'd documents?

knoba
19-03-2007, 19:18 PM
So to re-cap:

Tenant is on 6 month AST. Started 30/06/06. Pays monthly. Rent is due on the last day of the month. Now (19/03/07) on Periodic Tenancy. He is behind on his rent by 3 months and has consistantly paid late. I have also decided not to release him from his obligations to pay for the outstanding rent.


I am issuing to the tenant;
a covering letter
a Section 21-4a for a Periodic Tenancy
a Section 8
a Rent Account Statement

I will give these, in triplicate, to him by; "1st class mail", "registered mail" and "by hand with a witness".




Here is my covering letter to the tenant;










Recipients Address

Senders Addresss
20th March, 2007

Dear Mr #####

Please find enclosed a section 21 notice. This is a legal document and should be read carefully.

Please also find enclosed a section 8 notice. This is a legal document and should be read carefully. If you do not bring your rent account up to date by 5th April 2007, as on the section 8, you will leave me no option other than to commence legal proceedings against you with no further notice.

Should you no longer be in a position to afford the agreed rent on the property and would like to terminate your tenancy voluntarily rather than face a court hearing, please contact me to discuss this further. I am not an unreasonable person.

I am legally within my rights to claim for a money order against you in the event of this claim for possession ending up in court. In the event of court action I would also be seeking a claim for costs which will increase your debt considerably and ultimately may result in you having a CCJ registered against your name. Please note that a CCJ would impact upon your future credit-worthiness.

Please also find enclosed a current rent account statement.

I advise you to seek legal assistance if you are at all unsure about what the enclosed Section 8 notice and section 21 notice means and what your legal rights are.

Yours faithfully,

Mr # ####


Here is the first part of my section 8 under grounds 8, 10 & 11;

http://members.lycos.co.uk/knobabolt/Section8a.png

See next post.

knoba
19-03-2007, 19:18 PM
Here is the second part of my section 8

http://members.lycos.co.uk/knobabolt/Section8b.png

See next post...

knoba
19-03-2007, 19:19 PM
Here is my section 21 (4)a

http://members.lycos.co.uk/knobabolt/Section21.png

His rent (due) day starts on the last day of the month (30/06/06 in this case) and finishes the day before on the following month (30/07/06 july has 31 days). Since I have to give him 2 full months notice, the next current rent day is March 31st, so the next rent day in 2 months time is 31th may. I will put the expiry date on the Section 21 as 30th May 2007 and serve the notices to be "in his hand" before the 29th to be safe.

See next post...

knoba
19-03-2007, 19:21 PM
Here is the tenants Rent Account Statement;

http://members.lycos.co.uk/knobabolt/RentAccountStatement.png

If anyone can see any potential flaws here (not my personal ones ) i would appreciate any feedback.

I am posting here, mainly, to seek advice, like so many others, and would also like to make my particular process a little more transapent on this forum.

There is so much good advice here, although it seems fragmented, to me, and open to change. I do appreciate the other, more experienced, members time and efforts and hopefully this will eliviate some of the similar questions they seem to be constantly answering.

At the end of the day paid for professional advice is always advocated but any knowledge, experience and/or examples given here are greatly received.

Ericthelobster
19-03-2007, 19:39 PM
Here is the tenants Rent Account Statement;

[snip]

If anyone can see any potential flaws here (not my personal ones ) i would appreciate any feedback.

Well for a start - since when does February have 30 days?! This is the sort of careless error which I suspect could irritate a stroppy, tenant-friendly judge into throwing your case out.

What is the small print "Rent, Interest, Admin charge etc" all about? If those are included then itemise them, if not delete this.

Personally, I think a rent statement is clearer if it has two date columns - one is "Date due" and the other is "Date paid" (with the associated amounts in the next column)

Suggest your summary "Outstanding" at the bottom states instead "Arrears as of xx March 2007" and mentions the daily rate at which arrears is accumulating (and when you get to court, you want the actual sum due on that day at your fingertips).

knoba
19-03-2007, 20:05 PM
Thanks for the input Ericthelobster. They were silly mistakes to make indeed.

The best I can come up with from your observations is this:

http://members.lycos.co.uk/knobabolt/RentAccountStatement1.png

at least it's up to date and accurate now. <thumbs up>

Ericthelobster
19-03-2007, 23:01 PM
at least it's up to date and accurate now.

You think?!!!? :eek:

Joannepowell
19-03-2007, 23:19 PM
Thanks for the input Ericthelobster. They were silly mistakes to make indeed.

The best I can come up with from your observations is this:

http://members.lycos.co.uk/knobabolt/RentAccountStatement1.png

at least it's up to date and accurate now. <thumbs up>


KNOBA - You've already been advised about the number of days in Feb not being 30 so then you go put 31st Feb as your arrears date. I'll give you a clue - THERE ARE ONLY 28 DAYS IN FEBRUARY!


J

knoba
19-03-2007, 23:48 PM
Apols to everyone.

It's not my intention to keep making mistakes. However as Ericthelobster implied its this sort of sloppy and slap-dash attention to detail that will cost dearly.

http://members.lycos.co.uk/knobabolt/RentAccountStatement3.png

Da daaa!

There are so many staple holes in the all the re-revised papers now, if I give the current papers to the tenant, he wont know whether to leave or make a cup of tea with them.

I really do appreciate all your help and support.

Joannepowell
20-03-2007, 00:04 AM
Knoba if you plan to send this to the tenant before the end of March make sure you lose the last entry dated the 31st March as your rent statement is clearly stated as being upto 20th March.

& talking cups of tea - I'm gonna go make one now and then it's off to bed for me. Been another long day but at least I've got my ironing done (in between buying a timeshare and another house)! Good day all round really (especially on top of my lottery win on Saturday) :)

G' night all.

J

knoba
20-03-2007, 00:29 AM
Hey J~

That's fantastic news about the lottery win. Well done! I couldn't think of anyone more derserving. Have you worked out what you would like to treat yourself with yet?

There's got to be some rewards for working so hard too and I personally think that's a separate issue when it comes to treats. So does that make it a double reward whammy?

I've been working hard too today and i've made a complete mess of most things the last week or so. I don't know if one singular lucid moment would help me or not...

http://members.lycos.co.uk/knobabolt/RentAccountStatement4.png

Re-re-re-corrected the spr-spr-spreadsheet - Thankyou.

Miffy
20-03-2007, 08:12 AM
Just wanted to say, keep up the good work, Knoba. Being willing to put your papers up for everyone to shoot holes in is potentially really useful. As well as benefiting you, those readers who have not gone through this experience themselves may get to see the whole process of the paperwork in one place and with actual examples, rather than fragmented.

Everyone who has actual experience of the process, please keep contributing your corrections etc!

Joannepowell
20-03-2007, 09:14 AM
Hey J~

That's fantastic news about the lottery win. Well done! I couldn't think of anyone more derserving. Have you worked out what you would like to treat yourself with yet?

There's got to be some rewards for working so hard too and I personally think that's a separate issue when it comes to treats. So does that make it a double reward whammy?

I've been working hard too today and i've made a complete mess of most things the last week or so. I don't know if one singular lucid moment would help me or not...


Re-re-re-corrected the spr-spr-spreadsheet - Thankyou.


Alas Knoba - when I say I won the lottery what I should've said is I GOT FOUR NUMBERS! Won a whacking £69.00 - which wouldn't even cover the court costs for lack weeks possession claim.... :(

It's hard work dealing with your first repossession - especially if you are representing yourself. So keep up the good work and remember we are here if you need us. If you do get as far as court and do represent yourself I have a witness statement (with names etc edited for data protection issues) that I can forward to you to look at. The judge actually complimented my administration of the case - said it was all very well put together. I'm not saying that to be bigheaded but to say that if anyone wants advice I'm happy to share the info.

Kind Regards

J

Joannepowell
20-03-2007, 13:38 PM
Anyone wanting another example of a spreadsheet please use the following link

http://www.sendspace.com/file/kueqi4

this is my spreadsheet and I don't mind anyone using it for their own purposes (just be sure to check your maths as you go along).

J

PS. When you follow the link the page displayed will have a flashing red arrow near the bottom of the page - that is how you open/download the document.

DianeB
20-03-2007, 14:57 PM
An informative thread, thanks.

PS Congratulations Joanne on being able to buy a timeshare and new house on a £69 lottery win!

Joannepowell
20-03-2007, 15:39 PM
An informative thread, thanks.

PS Congratulations Joanne on being able to buy a timeshare and new house on a £69 lottery win!



ROFLMAOWTIME :D

After two years of living hand to mouth during cash flow crisises (due to defaulting tenants) you'd be really surprised at how you can make £69 go a very, very long way! LOL

I struck lucky with the timeshare as I wasn't actually looking for one (my ex t'other half has two that I go to with him and the kids so don't really need one) but I came across it when I was searching e-bay for the film Pacific Heights (can't think why I'd be looking for that and how I got onto a timeshare is anyone's guess but hey....).

This years management fees on the timeshare (£395 + VAT) are already paid for by the seller and I won the auction at £155 (+ £90 to get deeds sorted). BARGAIN or what? The best bit is that the holiday is in half-term (peak season) at end of May and so I've got something to really look forward to for a change! Defo need a holiday after all the sh*t thieving tenant put me through!

The funds for the house I put offer on are already in the bank so that was the easy one!

J

DianeB
20-03-2007, 15:49 PM
Just remember to send us all a postcard:)

Joannepowell
20-03-2007, 16:10 PM
Just remember to send us all a postcard


From Wales? Would it be worth the stamps? Mind you, I could hand deliver rewop's whilst weighing up his shed and greenhouse for comfort (in the event of my planned elongated stay at the timeshare doesn't work out.... ) :D

J

knoba
20-03-2007, 19:54 PM
Thankyou Miffy for the compliments. You do a lot of good work yourself! It was touch and go there for a moment as to whether it was me that was getting shot at or my papers.:) I'm good.

I guess this forum must get pretty stressful especially for those that most need the help. I do recognise these issues here, amongst others, and commend you all for your unstinting support.

Thankyou too J. 4 numbers are good, if you don't ask, you don't get. You try hard and that's an amazing quality, I feel proud of, when I see it in others. I already found a post relating to your witness statement (I downloaded it) and I am astounded by your efforts and your capabilities. You don't have an aversion to kyptonite I suppose? Big congrats on your properties too, although, I rather suspect you work incredibly hard for all your rewards including your holiday. Well done J and thankyou for your support.

DianeB ...you are worth it.

I posted those 2 notices off today from the post office (recorded & receipted) and hand delivered the 3rd one (with witness) to the tenants door. I ignored pleas from the witness that he was “alright walking”. I'll pick him back up next week. When I have more to tell I will post back right here...

It would be good to be able to post more than one picture (incl. smilies'!) in one post, also support for Open Office documents attachments - Admin ; ) Thanks for your “highly covert type” work too.

Joannepowell
20-03-2007, 21:55 PM
Your welcome Knoba. Thank you for the acknowledgement (you couldn't put a word in to my family could you?) ;)

Anyway, keep us posted (forgive the pun)!

All the best

J