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    You stand in the same position you did before....

    You stand in the same position you did before.
    He owes rent for the entire fixed term.
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    Exactly this^^^ You have already provided the...

    Exactly this^^^

    You have already provided the court the first and any subsequent tenancy agreements.
    The tenant will provide a tenancy agreement relating to a different property.

    His previous...
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    Let's wait and see what it says. In the...

    Let's wait and see what it says.
    In the extremely unlikey chance that it is a contractual periodic tenancy, maybe something has been lost in translation.

    I think it is a case if there being...
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    I haven't used an N5 for years, but I believe...

    I haven't used an N5 for years, but I believe what will happen is:

    The court will send one of the bundles you prepared to the tenant, and invite them to submit a defence.
    The court will inform...
  5. I remember working at a teenage parents project...

    I remember working at a teenage parents project years ago, and having to read a 6 sided A4 licence agreement to newcomers word for word.
    Not many of them managed to stay awake.

    I am not saying...
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    The opening post mentions nothing of 2 months...

    The opening post mentions nothing of 2 months notice, so I think it best to give advice on what they have written.
    If the contract not only does mention 2 months notice and/or a "special term", then...
  7. 5.2 does not stop someone giving notice to end on...

    5.2 does not stop someone giving notice to end on the 1st July, or any other date in July barring the 31st.

    I don't like is 5.3.
    Not because it is unfair, but seems a bit ham fisted in the way...
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    Why did you use the N5, and not the N5b? Do you...

    Why did you use the N5, and not the N5b? Do you not have a copy of the tenancy agreement? Are you chasing rent arrears?
  9. The operator is misinformed.

    The operator is misinformed.
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    The judge is incorrect. The avenue of protecting...

    The judge is incorrect.
    The avenue of protecting the deposit late was sewn up years ago.

    I don't blame him entirely though, as deposit protection is a right mess.
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    I was just about to say the same thing. The...

    I was just about to say the same thing.
    The thread title is misleading.
  12. In my experience, the council don't ask whether...

    In my experience, the council don't ask whether you would evict a family member.
  13. Drugs, potential child neglect and noise are...

    Drugs, potential child neglect and noise are dealt with the authorities, not landlords.

    Carpets do not smells coming through.
    Personally, if it were that bad, I would consider moving out and...
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    There are major, medium and minor problems with...

    There are major, medium and minor problems with rental properties. Yours are minor.



    Changing the lock won't make any difference. The alignment is out.
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    The landlord giving "permission" to sort it out...

    The landlord giving "permission" to sort it out is like me giving "permission" to a tenant of mine to refurbish my house at their expense.
    Quite simply, it isn't the tenants problem.
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    All extremely minor things. The markings...

    All extremely minor things.



    The markings are on the cooker, not the knobs.
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    buzzard1994, Are you joking?

    buzzard1994,

    Are you joking?
  18. The council were incorrect to state "No", but it...

    The council were incorrect to state "No", but it depends on the question that was asked.
  19. That's what it boils down to. Me, I would look...

    That's what it boils down to.
    Me, I would look at moving out, but say nothing in the meantime.
  20. I would write to your housemate that if the...

    I would write to your housemate that if the landlord comes after you, you will sue him for half the costs, as one person in a joint tenancy can't end the tenancy using a break clause.
    This way, you...
  21. Out of the 5 shared properties I manage, only 2...

    Out of the 5 shared properties I manage, only 2 of them have a lounge that is used.
  22. An extra £200 a month is not worth it in my...

    An extra £200 a month is not worth it in my opinion.
    Managing shared houses is a huge pain in the bottom.
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    I don't see how your defence form wasn't seen. ...

    I don't see how your defence form wasn't seen. If it wasn't seen, how did you get 17 days?
    I think the judge is thinking that a few extra weeks wouldn't make any difference, as your mum will still...
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    He wasn't so much bother that you served him...

    He wasn't so much bother that you served him notice prior.
    I wouldn't risk the court fees trying to enforce his verbal notice.

    You don't say that you took any action that shows you accepted the...
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    I suppose a bit extreme, but I would guess you...

    I suppose a bit extreme, but I would guess you could fit your own door with a handle that locks(to remove the need to damage the frame).
    Of course you need to store the old door.
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