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    A section 21 suggests I need to give 2 months...

    A section 21 suggests I need to give 2 months notice? Is this right even at this stage ie. tenancy expired in March and sec 8 served.?
    If i give him 2 months he'll move back in!
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    Indeed he is most unpleasant theartfullodger!...

    Indeed he is most unpleasant theartfullodger!
    Okay s21 will be done hastily!
    Rent is payable PCM. The tenancy was with him and his previous girlfriend (joint) although she left him after he broke...
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    Thanks theartfuldodger I did make it clear in...

    Thanks theartfuldodger

    I did make it clear in an earlier post that i hadn't served a Sec 21.

    But if I'm reading correctly then it would still be advisable to do so even at this stage.
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    Thanks DPT57 It wasn't the neighbour on this...

    Thanks DPT57
    It wasn't the neighbour on this occasion, he slashed his previous neighbour in 2009 and served time for it.
    I served the section 8 as he was in more than 2 months rent arrears so...
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    Thanks again, Tenancy agreement expired on 2...

    Thanks again,
    Tenancy agreement expired on 2 March 16, I served the sec 8 on 31 December. Notice to quit served on the 11 Feb 16.
    I very much doubt he will turn up in court and I do believe he has...
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    Many thanks theartfullodger! So it seems I may...

    Many thanks theartfullodger!
    So it seems I may not have followed due process here....
    I served a section 8 before the ASTA expired I haven't served a section 21. I thought I understood that it was...
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    eviction quandry

    Hi Guys
    Great work on here, keep it up!

    Need some advice please:

    ASTA expired end of Feb 16
    Notice to quit expired 11 March 16
    6 months rent arrears
    Tenant has a history of knife violence...
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    Thanks Guys, Much appreciated. Dobs

    Thanks Guys,
    Much appreciated.

    Dobs
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    urgent insurance req'd

    Hi
    Just in the late stages of purchasing a property. Solicitor is completing in the next few days but has asked for proof of buildings insurance, but also my lender has insisted that their interest...
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    Thanks all, thats really helpful. I do have...

    Thanks all, thats really helpful.
    I do have several repairs which are either dangerous not to fix straight away before letting i.e. single glazed non safety glass below 800mm, ventilation for the...
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    Thanks Claymore Is it as straight forward as all...

    Thanks Claymore
    Is it as straight forward as all expenses or none depending on which way I do it?

    I'm really concerned i don't get the right kind of tennant in with the property the way it is...
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    Confused newbie

    Hi group

    New to this so please take it easy on me!
    I've had some advice from a friend of a friend and where I thought I was clear now i'm not so sure?
    I'm in the process of buying a house from...
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    Hi MK1fan By durable I mean will it withstand...

    Hi MK1fan
    By durable I mean will it withstand normal - ish wear and tear and traffic any better than a plain UPVC door. Am i likely to be replacing the door inside 24 months (albeit partially...
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    Thanks Ram, but timber door isn't in the running...

    Thanks Ram, but timber door isn't in the running as it is susceptible to warping with the damp.
    Appreciate the advice all the same.
    Dob
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    UPVC or Composite front door

    Hi
    I'm in the process of replacing windows and doors from single glazed to double glazed upvc but I wasn't aware that you can get a composite upvc door which is much more hard wearing. The cost...
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