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    Increase in court fees

    Court fees will be going up on 22 April.

    The court fee for eviction proceedings will go up from £175 to £280 and the PCOL fee will go up to £250.
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    The economics of your proposal are fine, there...

    The economics of your proposal are fine, there are plenty of houses that will make enough for your son to live there rent free.

    The problem is that your son will feel some responsibility for the...
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    I tried to verify the status of a Chinese...

    I tried to verify the status of a Chinese applicant about 4 months ago. I'm still waiting for a reply.

    He has been a great tenant so far and will probably have moved on before I hear anything from...
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    Thanks, I understand now. I was worried that...

    Thanks, I understand now.

    I was worried that the court would refuse it.
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    So if the tenancy runs 22nd to 21st of each month...

    So if the tenancy runs 22nd to 21st of each month and on the S21 notice the expiry date was AFTER 21st.

    Then the S21 expiry date on the N5b should be 21st?
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    New N5b, Question 5S21 expiry date?

    I'm completing the new N5b form.
    Did a search but no answer to this exact question, hopefully an easy one to answer.

    Question 5 states:

    On the [date] a notice in writing, saying that...
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    No problem

    No problem
  8. Thread: yields

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    I think the trick is to hold out for the right...

    I think the trick is to hold out for the right property at the right price.

    I tend to buy large HMOs to let out by the room to either students or workers. They are not 'buy and forget' properties...
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    We used this product to on some Victorian panel...

    We used this product to on some Victorian panel doors.

    http://envirograf.com/category/carpenters_and_builders/25.upgrading_system_for_existing_panelled_doors_to_fd_30_60_fire_rating.html

    we...
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    Is this tenancy in England and Wales or Scotland?

    Is this tenancy in England and Wales or Scotland?
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    I recently had a tenant that did a runner without...

    I recently had a tenant that did a runner without leaving keys.

    Had to wait until 2nd month was due, then S8, then 2 weeks to apply to court, then 4 weeks for court date.

    When I explained to...
  12. Thread: Bog Off!

    by grouse
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    I used to use Selmac toilet seats after speaking...

    I used to use Selmac toilet seats after speaking to a friend who does the maintenance for a council leisure centre, they cost around £60 each but all the fittings are stainless steel and I haven't...
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    I've had a Romanian tenant for several months...

    I've had a Romanian tenant for several months now.

    No problems at all, he speaks better English than some of my British tenants and is a much nicer person than some of my British tenants.

    Just...
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    I would guess at an angle grinder with diamond...

    I would guess at an angle grinder with diamond blade with a lot of cooling water running.

    I had some granite worktops cut on site once and they did the main work outside on the back of a flat bed...
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    Thanks jta Just tried it and it gives me lots...

    Thanks jta

    Just tried it and it gives me lots of alternative direct numbers for different branches, trouble is, I don't know which branch is delivering them.

    Very useful site though, I will...
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    Delivery drivers who don't show up. I ordered...

    Delivery drivers who don't show up.

    I ordered 2 fridge freezers from a well known high street electrical company who make Indian food and was given a delivery slot of 'between 12.00 and 17.30'
    ...
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    Built in wardrobe space on the landing may be ok,...

    Built in wardrobe space on the landing may be ok, but a wardrobe on the landing would be classed as a fire risk (No flammable materials to be stored in an exit route)

    Each LA has different HMO...
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    An electrician friend of mine told me that from...

    An electrician friend of mine told me that from 2016, new legislation will mean that new build houses have to have central heating from alternative/green energy. No more mains gas supplied to new...
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    Try this: ...

    Try this:

    http://www.lacors.gov.uk/lacors/NewsArticleDetails.aspx?id=19844

    Click the download the free PDF version of the guide

    Hope this helps
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    My immediate thought is that most upvc doors have...

    My immediate thought is that most upvc doors have a raised threshold..
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    I have found that this happens occasionally in...

    I have found that this happens occasionally in student houses, It may be that the girlfriend is also a student and is renting a room somewhere else.

    Next year it could be one of your students that...
  22. Thread: 2" thick wall

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    And don't forget the upstand........ ...

    And don't forget the upstand........

    http://www.ebay.co.uk/bhp/aqua-strap

    I used to use classi seal and have never had any problems but having spoken to a couple of tilers they said that it can...
  23. Thread: 2" thick wall

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    There are two types of panel known as 'aquapanel'...

    There are two types of panel known as 'aquapanel'

    One is a cement based board that can be tiled on to, weighs a ton and the seams are glued with a special adhesive. It's brilliant stuff but...
  24. Text received this morning: 'The light in the...

    Text received this morning:

    'The light in the bathroom doesn't work might be the bulb and the henry isn't picking up very well. I think it might need emptied'

    and a few years ago I got this...
  25. I would agree with above and forget the national...

    I would agree with above and forget the national companies.

    I normally expect to pay about £400 per window (average). Pick a FENSA registered local company as you will need the certificate for the...
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