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    Your post isn't very clear. Are parts 1 & 2...

    Your post isn't very clear. Are parts 1 & 2 connected?

    In Part 1 you serve a Notice to Quit but you need to consult the tenancy agreement first as it will not be under the Housing Acts 1988,...
  2. All you have to do is look at the first "Sticky"...

    All you have to do is look at the first "Sticky" at the top of the forum page for a comprehensive analysis of this.
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    Three months from date of application to bailiff...

    Three months from date of application to bailiff attending is about the norm. The county court serves the Possession Order, and the bailiff's office executes the warrant if necessary. Read up on...
  4. It doesn't really matter what you think your...

    It doesn't really matter what you think your position is, you need to refer to the lease wording. Unless you took legal advice before signing the lease you could easily have agreed to improvements to...
  5. Buy one from the usual channels at Manchester...

    Buy one from the usual channels at Manchester College otherwise out of date material is what you are likely to get. I know it's expensive but at least you know what you are getting. Phone them and...
  6. Thread: Eviction notice

    by PaulF
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    It's nearly 10 hours since the original post, and...

    It's nearly 10 hours since the original post, and browneyes might not be in any hurry to regain possession.
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    The Consumer Credit Act states that all fixed...

    The Consumer Credit Act states that all fixed amounts to be paid by a consumer to a supplier of goods MUST include VAT unless expressed as a percentage or where the exact amount cannot be calculated...
  8. If you don't specify such a clause then you can't...

    If you don't specify such a clause then you can't use Section 8, Grounds 8,10 or 11 to regain possession. It doesn't prejudice the tenant's rights for the necessity to obtain a court order for...
  9. Your agent would probably have to contact the...

    Your agent would probably have to contact the Management Company in any event as an insurance claim appears likely. I do agree you are having poor service but I don't consider your agent is...
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    I should point out that any "penalty clause" is...

    I should point out that any "penalty clause" is deemed not to comply with the Unfair Terms in Consumer Contract Regulations 1999. I appreciate the agent is only trying to pass on the landlord's...
  11. Thread: One Off Cleans

    by PaulF
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    An agent is obliged to give you a quote as to the...

    An agent is obliged to give you a quote as to the cost of cleaning any property before it is carried out; if you were in a hurry was it your fault? How long is a piece of string? Costs are dependent...
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    C'mon thesaint you know its not an NTQ!

    C'mon thesaint you know its not an NTQ!
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    I wouldn't have any confidence in such a...

    I wouldn't have any confidence in such a solicitor either!
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    No it doesn't appear to be valid and your...

    No it doesn't appear to be valid and your solicitor is a bit of a dork if he can't get something that simple right.

    The Notice needs to state "after 16th October" and not "on 17th October". Proof...
  15. That in a nutshell is the crux. The separate...

    That in a nutshell is the crux. The separate agency contract is not something you should sign, as the sale to the tenant would be subject to that, and the agency is trying to enforce it on you...
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    Using a solicitor does not add any gravitas to...

    Using a solicitor does not add any gravitas to the service of such a Notice.
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    L & T Law does not imply that this is a...

    L & T Law does not imply that this is a requirement; it's what you put within the tenancy agreement as to the tenant's obligations which is an entirely different matter.
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    Unlikely you'll be able to find any insurer to do...

    Unlikely you'll be able to find any insurer to do so. Guarantor indemnity only usually comes as an add-on to a reference agency's requirement to have one in place; it's not something you can just...
  19. Almost certainly NOT! You didn't instruct the...

    Almost certainly NOT! You didn't instruct the agent to sell your property but to let it. Their Terms of Business will not comply with the Estate Agetns Act 1979 Section 18 (look it up and you will...
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    You pay £3 to the Land Registry to find out which...

    You pay £3 to the Land Registry to find out which boundary belongs to which property if you don't know.
  21. It doesn't matter how you word it, what your...

    It doesn't matter how you word it, what your thoughtful intentions are/were, or how you perceived it; the courts will always look at the actions of the parties concerned to decide what in fact took...
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    The onus is on the landlord to "prove" his case,...

    The onus is on the landlord to "prove" his case, so I would go with (b) as your defence. The adjudicator is neutral in his assessment.
  23. I too am concerned that if you accept 12 months...

    I too am concerned that if you accept 12 months rent in advance you will create an annual tenancy, and just because rent might be reserved monthly might not get you off the hook if it is disputed.
  24. Agents cannot introduce charges about which you...

    Agents cannot introduce charges about which you were not made aware before you signed up with them. It's part of the Consumer Protection from Unfair Trading Regulations 2008.
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    A lodger has no rights of residency other than...

    A lodger has no rights of residency other than those in the written lodger "contract". When the lodger vacates whatever date that is just move on.
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