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    You can demand of course, if she refuses then let...

    You can demand of course, if she refuses then let her live with the cold. Keep offering to fix the window, in writing and keep a paper trail that you've done so.

    Since it's on the 3rd floor then...
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    Not staying in the property? Is that permanent? ...

    Not staying in the property? Is that permanent?
    It could have an impact on your insurance if the property is not lived in, you still need to secure the window even if it's just boarding it up from...
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    Oh My!, today from a member.

    Oh My!, today from a member.
  4. You don't just stay in the house. You become a...

    You don't just stay in the house. You become a tenant with a tenancy agreement and pay rent.

    Your friend would be well advised to come here and get some serious advice on how to do it properly.
    ...
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    I'm jealous, I bought one of those 'pixma'...

    I'm jealous, I bought one of those 'pixma' printers a few months ago and can't make it print anything except from Wordpad.
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    http://www.landlordzone.co.uk/forums/showthread.ph...

    http://www.landlordzone.co.uk/forums/showthread.php?64705-Important-information-required-from-all-new-posters
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    Dunno the answer, but I believe you can advertise...

    Dunno the answer, but I believe you can advertise directly on 'rightmove' for £27.
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    Just jump in with your question, but please...

    Just jump in with your question, but please answer the sticky thread for first time posters to give info about their property (either landlord or tenant)
  9. Do you brush it on or use a roller?

    Do you brush it on or use a roller?
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    http://www.findlaw.co.uk/law/property/other_proper...

    http://www.findlaw.co.uk/law/property/other_property_law_topics/500447.html

    That seems to answer the question, the police would have no interest at all.

    If the tenant wants to sue under civil...
  11. Can I suggest............. Q1. Which UK...

    Can I suggest.............

    Q1. Which UK country is your rental property in?

    ( Cuz otherwise I fink you still risk just getting someone answering 'yes')
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    There may be a danger here that if the BF is...

    There may be a danger here that if the BF is 'sofa surfing' elsewhere you are going to be stung for the full CT.
  13. I agree with Paulf, if the tenant no longer lives...

    I agree with Paulf, if the tenant no longer lives there then the tenancy no longer exists.
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    More details please. Does the landlord live in...

    More details please.

    Does the landlord live in the same property?
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    Is that what you meant? Because that's what I...

    Is that what you meant? Because that's what I meant. I was just trying to impress on the OP that the lodger's deposit should be treated fairly.
  16. The 42 days will be from the the day of the...

    The 42 days will be from the the day of the order.

    The bailiffs will remove any occupants from the property, you will then have to arrange changing the locks.
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    No need to register it anywhere, the agreement is...

    No need to register it anywhere, the agreement is just between you and your lodger.

    A suggestion though, treat his deposit fairly, have a decent inventory of his room and some sensible house rules...
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    You would have been a 'lodger' of this person...

    You would have been a 'lodger' of this person that rented you the room, a lodger's deposit is not required to be protected in any type of scheme.

    You have no case against the (main) landlord...
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    Whatever the arrangement for paying the rent...

    Whatever the arrangement for paying the rent makes no matter at all, as long as it's paid. (on time)

    Your tenant may have difficulty running a bank account, Dad is likely to be far more reliable....
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    Well don't look at the next line then.


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    If they're lodgers they do not have many rights,...

    If they're lodgers they do not have many rights, but that is not to say they cannot discuss issues with you, is the fencing creating a security problem for them?
  22. Where'd the broken rib come from? I take it the...

    Where'd the broken rib come from? I take it the property in Scotland is now let.
  23. Take no notice of the pregnancy, it's not an...

    Take no notice of the pregnancy, it's not an illness. Carry on with the eviction even unto the bailiff and locksmith, worry ye not, at the stroke of doom a council official will magically appear with...
  24. Has anybody mentioned that once you give notice, ...

    Has anybody mentioned that once you give notice, and it's accepted, then you cannot withdraw it just like that? You are putting yourself in danger of a demand for double rent if you do not fulfill...
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    Yes, but it's not 2 full months. If the rent...

    Yes, but it's not 2 full months.

    If the rent is not paid on the due date and then the tenant misses the next due date then that is two months unpaid, the S8 can be served the following day.

    It...
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