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    First we have the law of property. Under the law...

    First we have the law of property. Under the law of property the proportions in which land is held are determined by the documents. On the whole they are difficult to set aside, but in certain...
  2. Not really. The point is not so much how long...

    Not really. The point is not so much how long they stay, but in what capacity they stay.
  3. As lha says, there are two separate issues here:...

    As lha says, there are two separate issues here: noise and who can stay in the flat. If the problem is noise caused by a non-lessee, whilst attacking the problem by concentrating on the provisions...
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    The council is like any other land owner. There...

    The council is like any other land owner. There is no obligation on it to sell or grant rights over its land. The council has an obligation to obtain the market price for any land it sells unless it...
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    MisterB, When the agreement ends it ends and...

    MisterB,

    When the agreement ends it ends and (going forward) its terms are no longer applicable as the tenancy to which they relate no longer exists. A statutory periodic tenancy kicks in and its...
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    Not sure I understand why your solicitor thinks...

    Not sure I understand why your solicitor thinks that. Anyway, giving your husband 1% does at least make the TR1 look as if it is achieving something.
  7. An agent is paid commission on what he collects....

    An agent is paid commission on what he collects. If he chooses to take on a job where the rent is low that is his business.

    Give me an example of any other business where someone who owes £9 is...
  8. The first port of call is the titles of both...

    The first port of call is the titles of both properties. Assuming the properties are registered these can be downloaded here:...
  9. A section 8 notice does not actually require any...

    A section 8 notice does not actually require any compliance from the tenant. It is essentially no more than notice that the landlord intends to start proceedings for possession. The position is...
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    But you need to explain the difference in wording...

    But you need to explain the difference in wording between paragraphs 4 and 12. What is your explanation?

    Further, if the correct interpretation of paragraph 12 is that it has the same effect as...
  11. Two things to establish: · Were you served...

    Two things to establish:

    · Were you served with a formal rent demand? See here: http://www.lease-advice.org.uk/documents/Form_of_Rent_Demand_Notice_England.pdf

    · What does the lease say about...
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    This thread is about when a 24 hour notice period...

    This thread is about when a 24 hour notice period should be taken to start. We can all give our views, but really I think a landlord should be asking whether in fact he is more likely to get a...
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    Whilst is important to try and establish what the...

    Whilst is important to try and establish what the legal position is so that both landlord and tenant know where they stand, rather than ask not-that-easy-to-answer questions about the precise...
  14. The problem is that the position is not entirely...

    The problem is that the position is not entirely clear from your description. Not your fault - Ancient Chinese proverb: One showing is worth a thousand words. It is likely to help if you post a plan...
  15. Bizarre cases in Hackney notwithstanding, I think...

    Bizarre cases in Hackney notwithstanding, I think we have to distinguish between (a) an improvement carried out just to effect an improvement and (b) a repair where it is entirely sensible and...
  16. All noted. I am just a bit concerned about...

    All noted. I am just a bit concerned about falling into the one size fits all trap.
  17. That sounds fair enough. I would though like...

    That sounds fair enough.

    I would though like to make a plea to regular contributors not to refer to the "important information required" automatically. In a recent thread a poster asked about...
  18. Pity you did not ask on here before she took it...

    Pity you did not ask on here before she took it away. Practically, there is not a lot you can do now as you let her do the swap. For the record she had no right to insist on it.
  19. If you are referring simply to what is required...

    If you are referring simply to what is required to achieve the expressed aim, then yes, except to mention that the assignment needs to be signed by the existing tenant.

    In a case like this the...
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    Letting to an adult whether on his own or with...

    Letting to an adult whether on his own or with the minor may create problems.

    First, it may affect any right to housing benefit.

    Secondly, if you let to the adult alone who does not occupy that...
  21. That thread is a classic one of not concentrating...

    That thread is a classic one of not concentrating on what the OP wants to know even when he confirms that he really does not want to know anything else. (I am not suggesting that all posts need...
  22. The trouble I have with the "important...

    The trouble I have with the "important information required" is that for many questions we are going to get information we do not need and for others insufficient to be certain that any opinion...
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    Whilst the OP will no doubt note the advice given...

    Whilst the OP will no doubt note the advice given on whether to let to a minor, the question was: Can anybody help with the legal implications of agreeing terms with a minor? The Shelter article says...
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    Here is what section 47(1) of the 1987 Act says:...

    Here is what section 47(1) of the 1987 Act says:

    Where any written demand is given to a tenant of premises to which this Part applies, the demand must contain the following information, namely—
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    I cannot disagree with your assertion that the...

    I cannot disagree with your assertion that the whole purpose of an RTM is to take management out of the hands of the landlord and that in any interpretation a purposive approach should be taken where...
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