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    That's not a very professional response!

    That's not a very professional response!
  2. Thread: Garage door key

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    That's definitely the key to the issue!

    That's definitely the key to the issue!
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    The number of agents who just state "Full...

    The number of agents who just state "Full Management" for their monthly fee are doing themselves a disservice, and are being far too lazy as it requires a detailed breakdown of what it means,...
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    Okay, but according to Google it's two words, but...

    Okay, but according to Google it's two words, but I defer to your local knowledge.
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    You can only obtain Rent Guarantee Insurance...

    You can only obtain Rent Guarantee Insurance offered through the reference agency that undertakes referencing of the applicant(s) I believe.
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    The problem is, if that's the property you want...

    The problem is, if that's the property you want then you don't have a lot of choice but to stump up. I agree £200 is a bit eye-watering.
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    Don't think so. The shuttered Next Move lettings...

    Don't think so. The shuttered Next Move lettings office in Bearwood Road, Smethwick is clearly visible. It's Bear Wood in Bournemouth (two words).
  8. Thread: Garage door key

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    It could invalidate an insurance theft claim from...

    It could invalidate an insurance theft claim from the garage, which is where most people store cycles etc. I've just replaced my 'Cardale' garage door lock with 3 keys for under £20 delivered from...
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    So everyone has a different approach! Not...

    So everyone has a different approach! Not surprising really is it?
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    I think you will find that this applies to the...

    I think you will find that this applies to the dwelling house which is effectively the premises to which you refer. If doesn't extend to outbuildings, gardens, fences, gates etc. I agree there...
  11. I refer to my previous answer!

    I refer to my previous answer!
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    David To be successful you will have to throw...

    David

    To be successful you will have to throw shedloads of money at it and online agencies are two-a-penny. It also depends on your locality (where are you going to be trading?).

    There is a...
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    Y'know you really might help yourself here. I've...

    Y'know you really might help yourself here. I've just been on Google Earth and two doors away from where they used to trade is a firm of solicitors by the name of Nicholls Brimble Tel: 021 429 8016,...
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    Couldn't agree more!

    Couldn't agree more!
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    I still wouldn't consider them even as a...

    I still wouldn't consider them even as a recommendation. The true test of an agent is when difficulties arise, and perhaps your friend's property has run smoothly. Any agent can look competent then.
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    It's not at all clear as the wording is very...

    It's not at all clear as the wording is very sketchy, but it appears you are handing over control of your property to an agent who will then sub-let to tenants on an AST. I would want this wording...
  17. As well as the UTCCR, there is also the Consumer...

    As well as the UTCCR, there is also the Consumer Protection from Unfair Trading Regulations 2008 which wouldn't normally require a court to decide on the merit of a clause within a supplier/consumer...
  18. I would suggest common law, or law of contract...

    I would suggest common law, or law of contract but I'm sure Lawcruncher can enlighten you in due course.
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    Alarm bells are ringing here!

    Alarm bells are ringing here!
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    Read my reply to a thread here which is listed...

    Read my reply to a thread here which is listed just 2 above your own post: http://www.landlordzone.co.uk/forums/showthread.php?63652-Rent-Guarentee-Insurance
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    You need to look at your own contents policy (if...

    You need to look at your own contents policy (if you have one) as that may well include Public Liability cover. You should also ask for a further explanation as to what is exactly "excluded" from...
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    Remember Mrs Mug has the power of veto!

    Remember Mrs Mug has the power of veto!
  23. If a checking-out of the inventory is not done...

    If a checking-out of the inventory is not done within a very short period after vacation at the end of a tenancy, it's just about worthless.
  24. Yes maybe if he had any, but £30 wouldn't even be...

    Yes maybe if he had any, but £30 wouldn't even be worth claiming for as any excess would be at least £50 normally, so I still maintain the landlord should pay as the electrics are obviously faulty...
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    If you have no written agreement then you can ask...

    If you have no written agreement then you can ask the lodger to move now, without notice, and if he refuses you can ask plod for assistance. There's plenty of posts on this very subject on the...
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