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    It means you can let to whoever you want.

    It means you can let to whoever you want.
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    Well, the system is that you must avoid going to...

    Well, the system is that you must avoid going to court in the first place.
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    Yes, 'outbox' is the waiting queue in which...

    Yes, 'outbox' is the waiting queue in which emails are added once you click 'send'.

    It really is just an analogy to the tray one might have had on his desk in the olden days: When you had...
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    A classmate stole a marble from me when I was...

    A classmate stole a marble from me when I was about 7 years old. It's not nice to be robbed at any age, but it feels far worse at that tender age.
    But I moved on, and I suggest you do the same.
  5. It's not really common sense... IMHO the key...

    It's not really common sense...

    IMHO the key is the interpretation of s.215(2):
    "(2) Subject to subsection (2A), if section 213(6) is not complied with in relation to a deposit given in...
  6. I don't know how binding is this decision as it...

    I don't know how binding is this decision as it is a judicial review.

    Another very subtle reading of the statute...
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    The minimum notice period is just 1 tenancy...

    The minimum notice period is just 1 tenancy period.
    If you serve notice now, the new rent can indeed apply from 28th May.
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    Exactly they would have noticed, that's the...

    Exactly they would have noticed, that's the point: One of the early theories that popped up is that the plane was hijacked in order to attack Diego Garcia and that it was then shot down.

    Of...
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    Yeah, this was mentioned in a few theories...

    Yeah, this was mentioned in a few theories...
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    Illegal to delete pictures

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-dorset-26979187

    Seems to be a strange legal loophole to me...

    Would that mean that they could charge the guy again for possession every time they hand the...
  11. Either the holding deposit was taken in exchange...

    Either the holding deposit was taken in exchange of an obligation on the landlord or it was not.
    Generally it does not indeed create an obligation to rent to prospective tenant, and thus there is no...
  12. There's no such thing as a "lead tenant". The...

    There's no such thing as a "lead tenant".
    The term, and role, is just a creation of deposit protection schemes to simplify handling of deposits in joint tenancies.

    Why didn't your tenant contact...
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    I always have the volume set to 0 and only...

    I always have the volume set to 0 and only increase it when I know I want to listen to something.
    No annoying ads, no annoying sounds from the computer, just quiet ;)
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    I do not think that clearing the gutters of...

    I do not think that clearing the gutters of leaves and other debris is "keeping them in repair" (as Westminster had pointed out in post #2), and so I think it is not one of the landlord's...
  15. Anything could be said about anything...

    Anything could be said about anything...
  16. At the risk of going into another pointless...

    At the risk of going into another pointless discussion...

    A tenancy started in July 2008 means that the landlord had 14 days to protect the deposit.
    The Localism Act does not say anything to...
  17. No, date IMHO was in July 2008 as that is when...

    No, date IMHO was in July 2008 as that is when the landlord failed to protect the deposit in time in relation to the current tenancy.
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    Thanks for the replies. Looking at the act,...

    Thanks for the replies.

    Looking at the act, and googling around, what is abolished is the common law 'distraint for rent', which only applied to commercial tenancies. All the changes to rent...
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    Crackdown on bailiffs

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-26876432

    I thought that bailiffs were already banned from using physical force, and that landlords were already banned from using bailiffs to seize goods without a...
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    Part of the solicitor's fee may also be to act on...

    Part of the solicitor's fee may also be to act on behalf of the lender. In such case that portion is also an allowable expense.
    Ask the solicitor for a detailed invoice.
  21. OK, I'm out. Clearly this is not a sensible...

    OK, I'm out. Clearly this is not a sensible discussion (not that there is much to discuss, but still)
  22. Again, that's what due diligence is for....

    Again, that's what due diligence is for.
    Prospective buyer should satisfy himself of all aspects of what he is buying.

    Welcome to the business world ;)
  23. As said, it would perhaps have been inequitable...

    As said, it would perhaps have been inequitable if the buyer had no way of checking.
    However he can and should.

    The wording of the act is clear.
  24. When they have served their purpose.

    When they have served their purpose.
  25. Why? When the landlord's interest is assigned...

    Why?

    When the landlord's interest is assigned to the buyer, he takes on all that this implies.

    The buyer had the opportunity to check these details before purchasing the property and had the...
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