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    Whatever it is that ought to be included in the...

    Whatever it is that ought to be included in the work covered by a managing agent's fee where it is not specified (and I think that has to include at least some chasing) the point here is that the...
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    Ram, you need to reconsider your answer. The...

    Ram, you need to reconsider your answer. The terms of engangement included an obligation to "respond to solicitors' enquiries regarding sale and purchase of flats".
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    The first question is whether a guarantee is...

    The first question is whether a guarantee is valid to the extent that it purports to bind the guarantor (a) to guarantee something which does not exist at the time the gurantee is existing and/or (b)...
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    Tenancy agreements drawn up to be used where the...

    Tenancy agreements drawn up to be used where the tenancy will be an AST do not generally take account of succesion because the parties' intention is that the tenancy will last for the fixed term and,...
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    You can have any period you like to give notice...

    You can have any period you like to give notice to exercise a break clause. All it does is end the fixed term. If the tenancy is an AST the minimum notice required for the section 21 notice is two...
  6. Just for the record and to clarify the position:...

    Just for the record and to clarify the position:

    If A owns property and B purports to grant a tenancy of the property to C then as between B and C there is a tenancy and each is estopped from...
  7. It is quite true that if the owner of a property...

    It is quite true that if the owner of a property appoints someone his agent to let it that the agent has ostensible authority to agree a tenancy whatever the terms of the appointment. A prospective...
  8. None of the facts mentioned are relevant to...

    None of the facts mentioned are relevant to determining whether a building is one dwelling house or two. Land law and planning law are quite distinct and operate without reference to each other and...
  9. There are broadly two types of provisions which...

    There are broadly two types of provisions which can arise not only under statute but also under the common law.

    The first is the default provision. That is where the law inserts provisions where...
  10. It has to be accepted that risk cannot be...

    It has to be accepted that risk cannot be eliminated when letting commercial property. I would not be surprised if the agent's attitude is the result of experience. Glowing references do not ensure...
  11. It makes a big difference. The tenant will have...

    It makes a big difference. The tenant will have the benefit afforded by Part II of the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954. The landlord can only obtain possession on one of the grounds set out in the Act....
  12. Explains why Hove was one of the few places at...

    Explains why Hove was one of the few places at the last election where Labour gained a seat.
  13. I think that the absence of written agreements is...

    I think that the absence of written agreements is probably the norm for garages and nothing to worry about. Since garages let to garage private cars are not covered by any statutory regime the common...
  14. Making sure that the person who signs the...

    Making sure that the person who signs the guarantee is the person who is supposed to be signing it is a good idea.

    Having the guarantee signed in front of the agent is not such a good idea. Whilst...
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    Suggestions: On the first occasion set the...

    Suggestions:

    On the first occasion set the word out in full and immediately after it in brackets the abbreviation you propose to use. Thus:

    If a local planning authority (LPA)...

    In the...
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    In theory the parties can agree that the...

    In theory the parties can agree that the condition is different from what it actually is and they would be bound by what they had agreed. However, life is not that simple and if it can be shown that...
  17. The OP is right that the alterations are a...

    The OP is right that the alterations are a derogation from grant and if not that then a breach of the covenant for quiet enjoyment - there is some overlapping between the two. Assessing the reduction...
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    There is no legal objection as such to requiring...

    There is no legal objection as such to requiring the tenant to pay check in/out costs. However, that and any other charges need to be communicated to the tenant at the outset.
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    If it is to repair, the landlord has a right of...

    If it is to repair, the landlord has a right of access. If it is to effect an improvement, he does not.
  20. There are four possibilities: (A has the...

    There are four possibilities:

    (A has the benefit of a right of way over B's land.)

    1. B builds over the right of way (or to be pedantic over the land over which the right is exercised) while A...
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    Not to mention "administatrix" and its plural...

    Not to mention "administatrix" and its plural "administatrices".
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    I am assuming the property is in England or...

    I am assuming the property is in England or Wales.

    "the Demised Premises shall [not] be used for any purpose other than for a domestic residence"

    The above operates to prevent the premises...
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    The suggestion that the annotation on the plan...

    The suggestion that the annotation on the plan overrides the area outlined red and the description in the text of the lease is plain wrong. The combination of the cellar being included within the red...
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    Does landlady sound like you run a pub or a B&B?...

    Does landlady sound like you run a pub or a B&B? Yes it does and that is no doubt why the word is avoided when what is meant is the owner of the reversion of a tenancy. I cannot say if "landlady" was...
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    When you took the property it came with the right...

    When you took the property it came with the right to get to it. The right is as much part of the tenancy as the house itself. It cannot be altered in any material way and that includes erecting...
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