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    Sent and outbox

    No Luddite, I have just acquired a smart phone. The email accounts when they appear on the phone as opposed to when they appear on my computer distinguish between distinguish between "sent" and...
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    I missed that one. Contrary to what I always...

    I missed that one. Contrary to what I always maintained was the case. Link please?
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    You have title as your are in possession. Only...

    You have title as your are in possession. Only someone with a better title, i.e. the person who can show paper title, can dispossess you. You can sue any trespassers.
  4. Do you have exclusive possession?

    Do you have exclusive possession?
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    Whilst there may be no breach of the covenant for...

    Whilst there may be no breach of the covenant for quiet enjoyment, that does not mean that there are no grounds for a claim. Carolm was informed that building works were going to be carried out, but...
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    All the law there is to know is to be found in...

    All the law there is to know is to be found in books which are freely available. In practice what you may need to know may not be readily discoverable. The job of the lawyer is to tell the client...
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    In practice any criminal proceedings are only...

    In practice any criminal proceedings are only likely to follow a complaint by the owner or someone acting on his behalf, but such a complaint is not essential.

    What is uncertain (at least to me)...
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    To me it is simple. Anyone, landlord or tenant,...

    To me it is simple. Anyone, landlord or tenant, good or bad, has the right to know the law.
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    I think I would like a bit more detail on that as...

    I think I would like a bit more detail on that as you seem to be saying that the court ignored the clear wording of the Act.
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    I confess I was also puzzled by some of the...

    I confess I was also puzzled by some of the responses over on Swarb. I was not going to make any further contribution to the thread, but will in the light of your further comments.
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    Not without committing a criminal offence, I fear.

    Not without committing a criminal offence, I fear.
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    You need to look at sections 76, 77 and 166....

    You need to look at sections 76, 77 and 166. Sections 76 and 77 define a long lease. Section 166 refers to long leases of dwellings and excludes certain leases. Accordingly any tenancy which is not...
  13. There are exceptions to most things, but mostly...

    There are exceptions to most things, but mostly one should give a response where one would hope to receive one.
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    I think the point is that the buyer agrees a...

    I think the point is that the buyer agrees a price for the flat which takes into account (even if perhaps only theoretically) the fact that the freehold goes with it, whether that is via a company or...
  15. Stokes v Cambridge is often quoted in this sort...

    Stokes v Cambridge is often quoted in this sort of situation. However, whilst of some value, as Pilman suggests, in an open market situation (and the case in fact concerned a compulsory purchase) at...
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    As lha suggests, you are currently in a position...

    As lha suggests, you are currently in a position where you are in control. Once you dispose of the freehold you are at the mercy of the new landlord and any agent he appoints. No one who is not a...
  17. Sorry but I expect all professionals to respond...

    Sorry but I expect all professionals to respond to correspondence.
  18. It certainly sounds like you need to consult a...

    It certainly sounds like you need to consult a solicitor, though if they are broke there is not going to be a lot of point going after them.
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    If the increase has not been agreed it is not...

    If the increase has not been agreed it is not payable.
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    You will probably find that many posts following...

    You will probably find that many posts following this one do not agree with it*.

    The first thing to do is to take several photos of the damage from different angles so that you have them for...
  21. The situation looks a bit complicated. Did you...

    The situation looks a bit complicated. Did you sell out your half of the business? If so what was included in the sale? Who owned the equipment when you were in business together? If the equipment is...
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    Fine from the landlord's point of view.

    Ignoring the existing problem except to say that it really ought to be sorted out by the seller, the OP is best advised not to buy a property he wants to...
  23. If the document is that and no more it is...

    If the document is that and no more it is difficult to see how it creates a contract. There has to be an offer which is accepted. Writing is not essential, though the absence of writing does of...
  24. It comes down to whether there is an offer which...

    It comes down to whether there is an offer which is accepted. With or without writing it can be difficult sometimes to identify the precise point when a contact is concluded. The parties rarely give...
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    What does your tenancy agreement say about entry...

    What does your tenancy agreement say about entry by the landlord or those authorised by him?
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