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  1. Yes. As long as this is part of the agent's "job...

    Yes. As long as this is part of the agent's "job description".
  2. An agent is authorised in writing unless the...

    An agent is authorised in writing unless the landlord never instructed the agent in writing or signed any contract with him.

    Viewing for valuation would be dependent on the tenancy agreement. A...
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    If the gov.uk website claim is based purely on...

    If the gov.uk website claim is based purely on the Equality Act, then "having a child" does not mean that a person has a child but that a woman has given birth less than 26 weeks ago (as I understand...
  4. Indeed, unless there are very specific rules for...

    Indeed, unless there are very specific rules for boilers, the boiler should be viewed as any electrical appliance in the bathroom: As long as outside zones 0,1,2 there are no restrictions....
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    You only have that last tenancy to worry about. ...

    You only have that last tenancy to worry about.

    I mentioned gold-digger tenants in another thread and why I think it is bonkers to help them on LLZ, well this ex-tenant of yours is a good example,...
  6. Some electricians, and some gas engineers, seem...

    Some electricians, and some gas engineers, seem to report on anything they see, or don't see, instead of focussing on what is relevant to the report. Perhaps they try to cover their backside by...
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    As is too often the case in lettings, the term...

    As is too often the case in lettings, the term 'contractual periodic tenancy' has taken a life of its own. The term should not imply a tenancy starting with a term and continuing periodically.
    It...
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    Yes, it is as I wrote in my previous post. Thanks...

    Yes, it is as I wrote in my previous post. Thanks for quoting a reference, it is also in the relevant statute.
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    A single property may require several licences as...

    A single property may require several licences as a licence is not issued to a property but to a person, and may restrict the use of the TV and its location.

    Here I would think that the scenario...
  10. If you hire an agent to manage one of your...

    If you hire an agent to manage one of your property the agent has a duty of care and due diligence even if a comprehensive list of tasks is not included in the contract.
    The agent might be able to...
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    A successful claim for illegal eviction will cost...

    A successful claim for illegal eviction will cost the landlord thousands, potential 10k+.
  12. Many of them were very knowledgeable,...

    Many of them were very knowledgeable, professional people. Perhaps they grew tired of such comments.
  13. The options listed by OP have nothing to do with...

    The options listed by OP have nothing to do with the new tax rules for lettings, as it is either taking out a loan in order to invest in a ltd company or do a director loan to the company.

    As...
  14. A cautionary tale would be to just tell that an...

    A cautionary tale would be to just tell that an award was made. He posted an howto guide.

    Anyway I'm out. It seems I belong with all the long gone contributors to this forum...
  15. That's the reason, then. As I wrote, it's all...

    That's the reason, then. As I wrote, it's all about culpability.

    However, from your posts there was gold digging, you planned it all along. Good for you.
    Anyway, IMHO this has nothing to do in a...
  16. We'll see the day you hit a bump on the road if...

    We'll see the day you hit a bump on the road if you still enjoy being on your high horse.

    A landlords forum in effect publishing a guide on how a tenant can squeeze the most out of his landlord is...
  17. Well, if you do not want to help landlords,...

    Well, if you do not want to help landlords, perhaps you do not want to help gold diggers either... Or we might as well donate to Shelter.

    I thought this forum was to help landlords. Everyone...
  18. Should this be posted on a landlords forum? This...

    Should this be posted on a landlords forum? This can only hurt landlords...

    The amount of penalty should be based on the landlord's culpability. I would urge landlords to defend such claim by gold...
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    The discussion is about s.21.

    The discussion is about s.21.
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    They do not have discretion. But they do...

    They do not have discretion. But they do sometimes make decisions incorrect in law.

    Specifically for the purpose of serving a valid s.21 notice, the deposit's prescribed information may be given...
  21. Whilst it would prevent sharers, I am not sure it...

    Whilst it would prevent sharers, I am not sure it would prevent AirBnB or holiday lets.
  22. Thank you for this constructive correction...

    Thank you for this constructive correction...
  23. Well, if you have plenty of people who can be...

    Well, if you have plenty of people who can be referenced in 24 hours, sign within 48, and move in within 72 then all is great.
  24. The tenancy was supposed to start in 3 days......

    The tenancy was supposed to start in 3 days... The landlord will be able to claim loss of rent because there is no way to find a replacement during that time.
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    Indeed, LC. I have found this:...

    Indeed, LC.

    I have found this: http://thesheriffsoffice.com/articles/can-you-enforce-a-money-judgment-beyond-6-years

    It is apparently possible to enforce a CCJ older than 6 years but court...
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