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    All landlords need to realise that properties are...

    All landlords need to realise that properties are subject to a risk assessment under the HHSRS, and this should have been identified by her. It looks like it is a Category 2 hazard. A report to an...
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    Thanks for the correction; I should have...

    Thanks for the correction; I should have mentioned that.
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    It might also be relevant to point out that non...

    It might also be relevant to point out that non Housing Act Tenancies are not covered by unfair contract terms.
  4. I still feel that even if you were making no...

    I still feel that even if you were making no charge you are still acting as the landlord's agent and therefore bound by all the paraphernalia that accompanies it.
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    What you do is ask all of the agents which you...

    What you do is ask all of the agents which you might be considering, to send you a copy of their Terms if Business, and go through it thoroughly. If you want certain matters including for the...
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    I would also add that if you are unable to arrive...

    I would also add that if you are unable to arrive at a suitable agreement with your agent with regard to payment and/or completion of the work to a satisfactory standard, this could be referred to...
  7. I love the "Victim Surcharge" of £120 because who...

    I love the "Victim Surcharge" of £120 because who is the victim here?

    I also hope this might trigger some action from private tenants who want to find the whereabouts of their landlord via their...
  8. What is the unexpired term of the Lease, and what...

    What is the unexpired term of the Lease, and what is the original term?
  9. Don't you mean before the end of the fourth...

    Don't you mean before the end of the fourth month, which is different.
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    Just a word of warning. When I came across a...

    Just a word of warning. When I came across a Deed of Guarantee a landlord friend wanted to use in court against the Guarantor in respect of the tenant's rent arrears, the Guarantor indicated it...
  11. You can't validly serve a S.21 before...

    You can't validly serve a S.21 before commencement of the tenancy, i.e. after the tenant has taken up occupation, AND the deposit has been registered and the PI served, but the question is relevant!
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    loopylisa7, Are you by any chance a Letting...

    loopylisa7,

    Are you by any chance a Letting Agent? If so you should know this.
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    Your first port of call should be to contact the...

    Your first port of call should be to contact the DPS and you should be able to make a claim on-line for reimbursement of your deposit, if it was the custodial scheme as it appears to be where it was...
  14. Thread: Check Out Letter

    by PaulF
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    What help are you expecting? If I was your...

    What help are you expecting? If I was your landlord I would be expecting things to be put right. Why are you telling us all this, because if you are looking for sympathy then I don't think you will...
  15. How long is a piece of string? I can give you...

    How long is a piece of string? I can give you names of agents in Leicester & Milton Keynes who I would recommend if you want to send me a private message.

    As far as fees are concerned use a...
  16. Thread: N325

    by PaulF
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    You answer Part (1) but delete the wording in...

    You answer Part (1) but delete the wording in brackets, and cross through (2). Add in your costs of serving the S.21 as it is up to the Judge as to whether you are awarded it.
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    You have to do your research and ask how they...

    You have to do your research and ask how they undertake periodic inspections etc., and ask if they provide you with copies of references and leave you to decide whether you want that applicant as...
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    The reasons I would think a landlord might want...

    The reasons I would think a landlord might want to change is possibly because
    The landlord might have had dealings with the new agent before and not want to continue with the relationship. The...
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    Let's make this clear. If an agency sells its...

    Let's make this clear. If an agency sells its interests to another agency then you are not obliged to continue with that agency.
  20. Everyone who has something to withhold is a liar,...

    Everyone who has something to withhold is a liar, it's normal procedure in court!
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    In which case the agent has no authority to...

    In which case the agent has no authority to deduct anything. The Property Ombudsman (assuming the agent is in this scheme rather than one of the others) will soon put you right if you 'phone...
  22. Hang on a minute. If one tenant wishes to leave...

    Hang on a minute. If one tenant wishes to leave at the end of the fixed term then no notice is required. It is up to the landlord to ensure a new AST is in place for whoever wants to remain. Also...
  23. Thread: Two's Company

    by PaulF
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    And the next problem might be something like "We...

    And the next problem might be something like "We don't understand English that well" if they breach the tenancy agreement At least they asked your permission which is encouraging but I would already...
  24. Lawcruncher, So if a joint tenancy were to be...

    Lawcruncher,

    So if a joint tenancy were to be granted and then the earning partner leaves after a fallout then it would leave the landlord in a precarious position having a tenant with no...
  25. You could make the guy bankrupt as the current...

    You could make the guy bankrupt as the current limit is only £750, but this is being increased to £5,000 soon. I'm not sure though that this would help your situation but is another angle to...
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