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    10 days is just a guideline. It means nothing in...

    10 days is just a guideline. It means nothing in reality.
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    I suspect that the landlord is claiming that if...

    I suspect that the landlord is claiming that if the tenant reported the problem in a timely manner, then there would not have been the damage there is now.
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    Forget about police complaints etc. You simply...

    Forget about police complaints etc.
    You simply want your property back for no reason at all. You will over complicate things by adding reasons, so issue a Sec 21, and forget about what you read...
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    Go the Sec 21 route. The council will make all...

    Go the Sec 21 route.
    The council will make all the right noises, but won't be interested in rehousing as he has somewhere to live.
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    I don't know why you've mentioned bailiffs. They...

    I don't know why you've mentioned bailiffs. They are a long way away.

    In regards to the rent, you work out the rent according to the tenancy agreement, not according to how the rent is...
  6. Fully agreed. Completely disagree with the...

    Fully agreed.



    Completely disagree with the attitude shown towards the electrician. The situation described is not one that an electrician should work in.
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    Issue a Sec 21 immediately. Do not wait to see...

    Issue a Sec 21 immediately. Do not wait to see whether he pays next week or not.
    Issuing a Sec 21 is due to get a lot harder shortly. Do it now to avoid all that.
  8. Call the enviromental health department of your...

    Call the enviromental health department of your local authority.
  9. I imagine the problem is tripled when trying to...

    I imagine the problem is tripled when trying to sell when there is a tenant there.
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    Board it up.

    Board it up.
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    What date was the notice posted? If it was...

    What date was the notice posted?
    If it was posted on the 1st, then it was deemed served on the 3rd. The date of the 4th is irrelevant if that is the case.

    When you do your possession papers for...
  12. I would definitely tell the other owner that it...

    I would definitely tell the other owner that it is a resedential mortgage, and there is no consent to let granted.

    I understand that you don't want to give details, but I would factor in who has...
  13. EthicalMan, Sorry, yes you would have to give...

    EthicalMan,

    Sorry, yes you would have to give at least two months notice, but it doesn't have to be 6 months afterwards. 6 months is only the time from the 1st tenancy given.
    You are making...
  14. The landlord could issue a periodic tenancy(say 1...

    The landlord could issue a periodic tenancy(say 1 month)and have the Sec 21 expire after the first period.
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    No, I have made it clear that you have not shown...

    No, I have made it clear that you have not shown that I cannot make a charge, only that I should have advertised it.
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    I don't know the rules for Norn Iron, but...

    I don't know the rules for Norn Iron, but here(England)you would make them joint defendants.
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    He is not making them lose the property. They...

    He is not making them lose the property. They can move in tomorrow if they like.
    He is entitled to all the rent up until a valid notice expires at the very least.

    If he comes to a compromise,...
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    The landlords notice has no effect on the tenants...

    The landlords notice has no effect on the tenants responsibility to serve their own; whether it be before on or after the landlords notice expiry.

    The tenants are required to give at least a...
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    You are asking me to prove a negative. The...

    You are asking me to prove a negative.
    The legislation is with regards to "advertising" fees.

    The legislation does not state that any fees not advertised cannot be charged.
    It may be the...
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    No, the legislation does not state that.

    No, the legislation does not state that.
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    I admit to only skim reading the legislation, but...

    I admit to only skim reading the legislation, but I do not see where it states that I cannot charge a fee.
    I see they say they must be published.
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    I was specifically looking at "all possible...

    I was specifically looking at "all possible charges" and "optional".

    Example:

    My agency does not provide references.
    If a tenant requires one, what legislation provides that I cannot charge...
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    You forgot to provide a source.

    You forgot to provide a source.
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    The agency do not have to notify you of a charge,...

    The agency do not have to notify you of a charge, as it isn't mandatory for you to have a reference from them, and they are not required to provide one.
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    If the agreement is for the first and last months...

    If the agreement is for the first and last months rent, it is perfectly valid, and not a deposit.
    It is not so common in the UK, but normal practice in the US.

    What the judge may or may not do is...
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