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  1. Where in all that is there a formal obligation to...

    Where in all that is there a formal obligation to repair? Please quote specific statute.
  2. Yes, you tick to request that the "costs of the...

    Yes, you tick to request that the "costs of the claim" be awarded to you.
    Right next to it you can input the amounts for the court fees and the legal costs.

    The key here is that the legal costs...
  3. The fact that something is part of the property...

    The fact that something is part of the property does not mean that the landlord has to repair it.

    What specific legislation states otherwise?
  4. It does not really matter except to be able to...

    It does not really matter except to be able to deduct from deposit.
  5. Well, as litigant and person they can still claim...

    Well, as litigant and person they can still claim for their time, etc. I don't think many do.
  6. Ask the husband to ocnfirm in writing that he is...

    Ask the husband to ocnfirm in writing that he is happy for the deposit related to his tenancy to be used as the deposit for the new joint tenancy.
    Reprotect and give new prescribed information.
    ...
  7. Council tax liability is dictated by law and I am...

    Council tax liability is dictated by law and I am pretty sure that councils have a duty to collect.

    What would people say if they learned that councils waived council tax in such cases (political...
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    As I wrote in my previous post, what is in force...

    As I wrote in my previous post, what is in force since 1st of July is the possibility of a prescribed form.
    They must now be a statutory instrument to actually prescribed a form.
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    Since the 1st of July the Secretary of State has...

    Since the 1st of July the Secretary of State has the power to prescribe a form for section 21 notices.

    However, to my knowledge he hasn't (yet), so nothing has changed yet.
  10. How much money are we talking about here? £3.80...

    How much money are we talking about here? £3.80 every 12-18 months?

    Seems completely insignificant to me...

    How often does a tenant leave at the end of a fixed term tenancy?
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    If the occupier does not pay any rent or anything...

    If the occupier does not pay any rent or anything that could be construed as rent then, IMHO, there is no tenancy but rather a license to occupy.

    Even if there was a tenancy it would be an AST.
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    An organised landlord brings a locksmith on the...

    An organised landlord brings a locksmith on the day of the eviction, or he has the keys and knows how to change the lock.
  13. There is no new requirements at his point. The...

    There is no new requirements at his point.

    The change you are referring to will only take effect in October and only affect tenancies created after that date (except SPTs) for 3 years.
    See:...
  14. If you trawl specialised forums there are such...

    If you trawl specialised forums there are such reports.

    Apparently, one should not expect a County Court judge to know that law, though, so the claim must really specifically point it out.
  15. It is in writing as it matches the legal...

    It is in writing as it matches the legal definition.
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    Many landlords overclaim or claim without...

    Many landlords overclaim or claim without evidence.

    At the same time, deposit schemes are a law upon themselves and IMHO make up many rules which, of course, tend to be good for tenants.
  17. A s.13 notice may not increase the rent on any...

    A s.13 notice may not increase the rent on any date.
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    He is a lodger. But, again, he may either be a...

    He is a lodger. But, again, he may either be a (sub)tenant or a licensee.
    Being a lodger does not mean not being a tenant.

    What he cannot be is an AST tenant.

    He has either a so-called...
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    He is a lodger since he shares the dwelling with...

    He is a lodger since he shares the dwelling with you.

    Whether he is a tenant or a licensee depends on the facts of the agreement. It does not make much difference in the case of a lodger.
  20. Not necessarily, but it does make i more...

    Not necessarily, but it does make i more difficult to create a license.
  21. This confirms that they were just fishing and...

    This confirms that they were just fishing and inflated their invoice, and are quite happy that you accepted to pay anything at all.
  22. If it is for a purpose for which he has a right...

    If it is for a purpose for which he has a right of access and he has followed procedure: Yes he can, though it might not be wise.

    E.g. if he gives you 24 hour notice in writing that he intends to...
  23. This is a serious amount of money. I would get a...

    This is a serious amount of money. I would get a solicitor for the legal side and an accountant for the tax side.
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    To find the relevant court for the property:...

    To find the relevant court for the property: https://courttribunalfinder.service.gov.uk/search/
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    Good summary, unfortunately. Politicians are...

    Good summary, unfortunately.
    Politicians are rarely coherent.
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