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    I have LED bulbs, LED downlights (one block, no...

    I have LED bulbs, LED downlights (one block, no separate bulb), and one 12V LED downlight bulb (for the shower) at home. They've been going OK for 1.5 years... I'll report back in 8.5 years ;)
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    If you go there then using the key to open the...

    If you go there then using the key to open the door is no more part of inspecting the condition of the property.
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    What about LEDs?

    What about LEDs?
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    The problem in that situation is that the tenant...

    The problem in that situation is that the tenant can become violent and/or the police can be called on the ground that a stranger is at the property and does not want to leave and is causing...
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    Quiet enjoyment does not "supersedes/is superior...

    Quiet enjoyment does not "supersedes/is superior to a right of access: A right of access puts a limit on the covenant of quiet enjoyment.

    If landlord trespassed it would implied that the tenant...
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    But how can you trespass when you have a right of...

    But how can you trespass when you have a right of access?
    Likewise why do you need explicit consent when you have a right of access?
  7. If by "fast track" you mean accelerated procedure...

    If by "fast track" you mean accelerated procedure then indeed you cannot use it as it is specifically for the s.21 route.

    In your case you should use the normal procedure via N5 form, and select...
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    How do you trespass when you have a right of...

    How do you trespass when you have a right of access?
    Back to the right of way example: If you have a right of way, your neighbour can tell you not to access his land but that wouldn't remove your...
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    This is going in circles... See post #25.

    This is going in circles...
    See post #25.
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    That's what I said in my previous post. This is...

    That's what I said in my previous post.
    This is not the same as what you are saying, which is, if I interpret correctly, that an injunction must be sought in all cases just because the other party...
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    IMHO an injunction is necessary if the exercise...

    IMHO an injunction is necessary if the exercise of the right is physically prevented and/or if exercising the right would lead to an offence being committed.
    To reuse the right of way example: The...
  12. This means he derives a taxable income by letting...

    This means he derives a taxable income by letting his house, and you derive a taxable income by letting your house to him.
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    Is that your reply? ;)

    Is that your reply? ;)
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    I don't want to re-ignite a debate, but what is...

    I don't want to re-ignite a debate, but what is the legal basis for this claim considering that the statute essentially says "you have a right of entry if you have given 24 hour notice in writing"?
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    I don't know about that case law, but it seems...

    I don't know about that case law, but it seems that the ruling is pretty much what the Housing Act states, as quoted by LC.
  16. You agree but you miss the point: From what you...

    You agree but you miss the point: From what you say your agreement does not state that notices may be served by emails, so the position is as per my previous post.
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    Looks very nice. I've got the same electric...

    Looks very nice.

    I've got the same electric shower at home! Works great.
  18. It's not about "presumption of receipt". If the...

    It's not about "presumption of receipt".
    If the agreement states that notices should be served at a given postal address then any notice served by email won't be valid unless the receiving party...
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    Yes, just add a note to explain that you haven't...

    Yes, just add a note to explain that you haven't got an invoice for that one so that your contractor could dodge taxes.
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    There is no need to explain anything to the call...

    There is no need to explain anything to the call centre team.

    If they wrongly bill the landlord he should contest it in writing, quoting the law, and providing evidence of the tenancy.
    If the...
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    No, they continue to be liable to the council...

    No, they continue to be liable to the council until the end of the fixed term tenancy.
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    elniinio, No, if the fixed term is for a term...

    elniinio,

    No, if the fixed term is for a term of at least 6 months then the CT liability stays with the tenant.
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    That's pedantically accurate, indeed. Yes,...

    That's pedantically accurate, indeed.



    Yes, obviously anything that you don't receive because it is not due is not income.
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    If you use the cash basis for your accounting you...

    If you use the cash basis for your accounting you would just not declare the rent that you did not receive.

    If you use the accrual basis, then you would account for the rent when it becomes...
  25. Straw clutching it is...

    Straw clutching it is...
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