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  1. Let us say that he never lived in the property....

    Let us say that he never lived in the property.
    If he then came and lived in the property, he could enter any communal area at will. He may or may not be allowed to enter the bedrooms of other...
  2. I can't see that anything that he has done can be...

    I can't see that anything that he has done can be construed as him trying to diminish your rights(if you have indeed become a tenant, not a lodger).
    If he had moved into the lounge, and you had lost...
  3. It is my belief that just providing the statutory...

    It is my belief that just providing the statutory information would not suffice.
    I think that some way of recording the rent paid etc in table form is necessary.

    I don't provide rent books,...
  4. I don't see what you are complaining about. You...

    I don't see what you are complaining about. You moved in as a lodger.
    He could evict one of you(using due process), and move back into one of the rooms.

    "Quiet enjoyment" does not mean what you...
  5. Is it this same tenant? ...

    Is it this same tenant?

    http://www.landlordzone.co.uk/forums/showthread.php?63883-Eviction-notice&p=506152#post506152
  6. Form N5b, and £280. Be 100% sure that your Sec...

    Form N5b, and £280.

    Be 100% sure that your Sec 21 is valid, otherwise you will waste your money.
  7. This will probably be my last post on this...

    This will probably be my last post on this thread.
    Return the deposit today. Waiting until the 10th Nov will mean you will have this tenant for a month longer than you need to.

    You don't know...
  8. The OP said this:

    The OP said this:
  9. Natalie172. 1. Put the tenants deposit in his...

    Natalie172.

    1. Put the tenants deposit in his bank account.
    2. Write him a letter stating that you have returned his deposit so that he has means to put a deposit down elsewhere.
    3. Serve a Sec...
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    I wise man once said "Don't argue with fools,...

    I wise man once said "Don't argue with fools, because people from a distance can't tell who is who".
  11. Does your tenancy agreement state you can use Sec...

    Does your tenancy agreement state you can use Sec 8 to evict them during the fixed term?
    Why aren't they paying the rent?
  12. This is not correct. A new rent does not equal a...

    This is not correct. A new rent does not equal a new AST.



    This is also not correct. I rarely increase the rent, but ask for new AST's because the Local Authority can get very funny about...
  13. No, a Sec 8 is to gain possession of a property. ...

    No, a Sec 8 is to gain possession of a property. You have possession.
    You need to find out where they live, and either file a claim with the County Court using the N1 form, or use the online method...
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    You are correct that the break clause is...

    You are correct that the break clause is irrelevant.

    If the rent is payable monthly, then you are correct that your Sec 21(4)(a) is to expire "after" the 31st Dec 2014 if served by hand before...
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    By all means ask the tenant(when he moved in),...

    By all means ask the tenant(when he moved in), but it will be in his interest to state he has lived there longer than he actually has.
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    Please ignore the implied accusations of...

    Please ignore the implied accusations of harassment.
    You should do what you think is right.

    Better to get the issues sorted out now. Waiting until they have become set in their ways is too late....
  17. It seems you are halfway to a result. One thing...

    It seems you are halfway to a result. One thing that puzzles me still is this@



    Were these purchased after you moved in?
  18. Yes, you file a court claim against them. ...

    Yes, you file a court claim against them. Ideally when you know where they are living.
  19. You won't get many responses to that eye...

    You won't get many responses to that eye straining wall of text. Please split it into paragraphs.
  20. The rent due date is also irrelevant. The...

    The rent due date is also irrelevant.
    The tenancy start date, and end date of the fixed term(if any), and the rental periods are what counts.

    barnesus, was an end date for the fixed term...
  21. Thread: Rent Refunds

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    So, they moved in yesterday, and you are flapping...

    So, they moved in yesterday, and you are flapping about your rent refund. Wow.
  22. Huh, what?

    Huh, what?
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    You are required to pay the rent until the end of...

    You are required to pay the rent until the end of the fixed term.
    The landlord may negotiate something that you are both happy with.

    I do have a feeling that he would be required to mitigate his...
  24. That depends on the judge. Perfectly good claims...

    That depends on the judge. Perfectly good claims have failed because of incompetent judges.
    In your position, I would pay my money, and file the claim.
  25. Thread: Rent Refunds

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    What date did your tenancy start, and how long...

    What date did your tenancy start, and how long was the fixed term?

    Since you need to speak to the "Deposits" team, I assume you paid a deposit.
    What company had protected the deposit, and has it...
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