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    Quite. If it is not sound to argue there is a...

    Quite. If it is not sound to argue there is a problem when there is a lack of statistics it is not sound to argue there is no problem when there is a lack of statistics.

    If there are few landlords...
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    There are two types of oppressed long...

    There are two types of oppressed long leaseholder: those who are oppressed and have to pay for the privilege and those who are oppressed and are not required to pay for the privilege. You are are...
  3. Post 11 is helpful as it contains the sort of...

    Post 11 is helpful as it contains the sort of clause that is needed to charge a tenant costs arising in connection with rent arrears. It seems that the OP's lease contains no such provision.

    How...
  4. Much better. Whatever the legalities "I will let...

    Much better. Whatever the legalities "I will let myself in if you are out" tends to go down like a lead balloon. Save that for much later in the event of non-cooperation.
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    Not quite sure what you mean by that. The...

    Not quite sure what you mean by that.

    The version on legislation.gov.uk incorporates earlier amendments, but not those effected by The Regulatory Reform (Business Tenancies) (England and Wales)...
  6. Case noted. However, in another thread - ...

    Case noted. However, in another thread - http://www.landlordzone.co.uk/forums/showthread.php?64327-Are-there-restrictions-on-short-lets-in-this-lease/page2 - the cases all point to a different...
  7. smilingsun, Probably right. There may however,...

    smilingsun,

    Probably right. There may however, be a provision which enables the other tenants to require the landlord to enforce the obligations. Failing that, the landlord can still of course...
  8. Does the tenancy agreement say anything about (a)...

    Does the tenancy agreement say anything about (a) assigning or (b) sharing occupation?
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    That is a new one on me. I think you need to ask...

    That is a new one on me. I think you need to ask the solicitor to cite chapter and verse.
  10. Sorry, but I cannot agree. Unless there is some...

    Sorry, but I cannot agree. Unless there is some statue which allows costs to be assessed later or the payee agrees it, payment may amount to an admission of liability. Even if it does not, the...
  11. Costs are either assessed on the "standard basis"...

    Costs are either assessed on the "standard basis" or "indemnity basis". The difference between the two turns on proportionality. If costs are to be paid on the standard basis it is for the party...
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    I wrote to the National Archives saying I thought...

    I wrote to the National Archives saying I thought it was about time the act was brought up to date as it is over ten years since it was amended and it is an Act which many need to refer to. I did not...
  13. Agreed. Whether it is the landlord's error or the...

    Agreed. Whether it is the landlord's error or the agent's error amounts to the same thing. You have a contract to start the tenancy on a specified date and there has been a breach of that contract....
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    Who says the whole system does not need radically...

    Who says the whole system does not need radically reforming?
  15. Yes, you can insist on doing your own...

    Yes, you can insist on doing your own conveyancing.

    From what you say it seems you never consult a solicitor before going to auction. The main point of employing a lawyer really is to make sure...
  16. The solicitor has to be joking - the argument...

    The solicitor has to be joking - the argument would certainly give a judge a good laugh. No way does the tenant's obligation to allow access cancel out the landlord's obligation to repair the...
  17. A legal term cannot be backdated. The purported...

    A legal term cannot be backdated. The purported grant of a tenancy from, say, 1st January 2014 to 30th June 2014 made on 28th January 2014 is the grant of a tenancy from 28th January 2014 to 30th...
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    L&T Act 1954 as amended

    Does anyone know where on line I can find a copy of (Part ll of) the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954 as amended?
  19. I have a standard deed of surrender that is...

    I have a standard deed of surrender that is available free of charge. I could soon draw up a "compensation form". However, they are only appropriate for absolutely straightforward cases and yours...
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    But your point surely was not whether the...

    But your point surely was not whether the landlord understands the tenant but whether the tenant understands the tenancy agreement.
  21. If a landlord has a right of entry and enters for...

    If a landlord has a right of entry and enters for that purpose complying with any conditions attached to the right he is not trespassing. "Right of entry" here means a right reserved to inspect or...
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    Fortunately for foreigners looking for...

    Fortunately for foreigners looking for accommodation on the Costa del Sol Spanish landlords do not take this approach.
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    You have to be careful with translation...

    You have to be careful with translation programmes. Only yesterday I was playing about with one and the English "stroke" referring to a stroke of the pen came out in Spanish as "accidente...
  24. Just for the record, the LR does not keep and...

    Just for the record, the LR does not keep and never has kept original leases. On the first registration of a lease the applicant submits the original and a certified copy. On completion of the...
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    The clause is rubbish and there is no way the...

    The clause is rubbish and there is no way the landlord can benefit from it.

    However, even though the clause is rubbish, if a genuine mistake was made in the drafting either party is free to ask...
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