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  1. That isn't a notice to end the tenancy.

    That isn't a notice to end the tenancy.
  2. I don't see what you want to achieve. You...

    I don't see what you want to achieve. You understand that the place is trashed.
    So your gameplan is to show prospective tenants around a trashed property? Absolutely counter-productive.
  3. You should factor in a void period. It's not...

    You should factor in a void period. It's not nice, but a reality.
    If your contract states nothing about allowing access for viewings, then they don't need to grant you access.

    When is the last...
  4. You can't "remove" them from proceedings as far...

    You can't "remove" them from proceedings as far as I know. You would have to withdraw your claim.

    You would then have to start the process(including issuing a new Sec 21)again.
    You would then be...
  5. If the tenant gave valid notice, then that ended...

    If the tenant gave valid notice, then that ended the tenancy.
    You should have evicted the remaining tenant, or granted a new tenancy.

    Tell the tenant that left that you won't be seeking recovery...
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    The court would view it that you are the...

    The court would view it that you are the landlord. Please read the thread.
  7. Thread: Break Clause

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    Put it this way. They could exercise a break...

    Put it this way. They could exercise a break clause that could only expire 6 months after the end of the fixed term, or don't exercise the break clause, and serve a Sec 21 that expires 2 months...
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    Yes it would.

    Yes it would.
  9. Thread: Break Clause

    by thesaint
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    A break clause that kicks in after the end of the...

    A break clause that kicks in after the end of the fixed term is nonsensical.
    Start looking for somewhere to move now, not when you are evicted by the courts.
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    You have bought the property with the tenants "as...

    You have bought the property with the tenants "as is". You are not required to provide a new AST.
    The tenant has no obligation to accept anything you offer.
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    At most, there hasn't been a new certificate for...

    At most, there hasn't been a new certificate for a few months tops. This is on a brand new boiler.
    The landlord will not be going to prison, or have any problem paying £40 to get one.

    Find a new...
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    The contract seems to back the position of...

    The contract seems to back the position of leaving them as they are currently.
    I would be asserting that it was not agreed that you paint the walls when you left.

    Invite the landlord to come and...
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    Yes the landlord was in the wrong. He then got a...

    Yes the landlord was in the wrong.
    He then got a new boiler, and you also drained £2000 from him for your "inconvenience".
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    Just do it. The sky "could" fall in, but won't.

    Just do it.
    The sky "could" fall in, but won't.
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    The OP has not stated that it is his right.

    The OP has not stated that it is his right.
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    Telling their clients the truth is always the...

    Telling their clients the truth is always the best policy.
    Landlords who are led to believe that they will get justice are living in a dreamworld, and should promptly move there.
  17. Are you friendly enough to get him to agree to...

    Are you friendly enough to get him to agree to using it as a rental payment?
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    They could not sue for rent to March 2015 until...

    They could not sue for rent to March 2015 until March 2015.
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    Wait until the end of the fixed term, and re-let...

    Wait until the end of the fixed term, and re-let the property.
    In the meantime, clean it up and do viewings.

    Do not bother serving notice.
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    What do you mean "The tenant is frequently coming...

    What do you mean "The tenant is frequently coming and going"?
  21. Thread: Deposits

    by thesaint
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    Solicitors will argue that black is white if they...

    Solicitors will argue that black is white if they are paid.
  22. Thread: Deposits

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    As you want to sell, there is little point in...

    As you want to sell, there is little point in protecting the deposit, as returning a protected deposit relies on the tenant accepting it, which is a problem if they are not accepting it if they know...
  23. If you return it, make sure he confirms that the...

    If you return it, make sure he confirms that the money was his, and not his ex's. That way, you have proof that she has money that did not belong to her, and can pursue her for it.
  24. Thread: Deposits

    by thesaint
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    If you don't envisage evicting the tenant in the...

    If you don't envisage evicting the tenant in the next two years, I would protect the deposit now, and say nothing.
    If you ever need to evict using a Sec 21, then you would need to return it first. ...
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    You don't need to wait until 8 weeks is owed...

    You don't need to wait until 8 weeks is owed before HB will pay you direct. Who told you this?
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