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  1. If the LL refuses to negociate then see out the...

    If the LL refuses to negociate then see out the tenancy. As long as you move out on or before the end date of the tenancy and return the property to the LL. Then put in a MCOL claim for the deposit...
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    It'll be your Landlords Insurance.

    It'll be your Landlords Insurance.
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    If the carpet is worn out then inform the...

    If the carpet is worn out then inform the landlord it needs replacing. I'm not aware of a special 'safety' carpet. I've not had any issues with lack of grip on carpets.

    Other than that, move. ...
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    Dealing with the utility companies is a...

    Dealing with the utility companies is a nightmare.

    Depending on the incoming provisions you may end up with all new connections from the main in the street. This will certainly be the case for...
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    T wishes to leave in June then let them stay. ...

    T wishes to leave in June then let them stay. Rent would continue at the current rate. S21 is not a notice to quit, just notice that the landlord wants the property back. If tenant remains beyond...
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    Take things one step at a time. Firstly, copy...

    Take things one step at a time.

    Firstly, copy the relevant pages of the tenancy agreement - one with the details of the property, one where it states the bills are included and finally the...
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    And check the overflow isn't blocked. The T...

    And check the overflow isn't blocked.

    The T informed the LL Agent of the fault - imho it's reasonable to assume that this is sufficient notice.

    T, in full knowledge of the fault, left the tap...
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    Who has sent you the claim for Council Tax? The...

    Who has sent you the claim for Council Tax? The Council or the Landlord?

    If it is the Council then just copy the relevant page of your tenancy agreement and reply to them stating that the...
  9. Onward, I was typing whilst you replied. ...

    Onward,

    I was typing whilst you replied.

    You don't seem to understand that you can't just change the contract (which is still in place under the SPT) without the T agreement.

    The fact that...
  10. I agree, you're wanting to remove an existing...

    I agree, you're wanting to remove an existing amenity the current T is enjoying. IF they agree to it I'd be very suprised if it wasn't on the basis that the rent goes down. Moreso if you then wish...
  11. Thread: Notice period

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    I fully agree with this approach and attitude. ...

    I fully agree with this approach and attitude.

    OP,

    In your first post you state you have 'renewed' your tenancy. I take this to mean that you have signed another AST for another fixed term. ...
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    I am assuming the property is in England given...

    I am assuming the property is in England given your Landlord was / is Liverpool Council.

    Complicating matters further. You don't mention that you have got Planning Consent for the extension. If...
  13. My thoughts are that the liability transfers to...

    My thoughts are that the liability transfers to the current Landlord.

    There is plenty of precedent in Law regarding liabilities (and benefits) transfering to subsequent owners - enclosure fees...
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    Sounds like you were a Lodger rather than a...

    Sounds like you were a Lodger rather than a tenant. If your paperwork names the other occupiers as your Landlord then they are your landlord. It does not matter whether they also have a landlord,...
  15. I can't be any clearer that 10sqm is too small...

    I can't be any clearer that 10sqm is too small for a self contained residential unit. If it has been sold to you on the basis that it is large enough then you've been misled. Any building on the...
  16. You would need Planning Consent to convert it...

    You would need Planning Consent to convert it into a residential unit.

    10 square metres is not large enough for a self contained residential unit so that consent would not be forthcoming. It's...
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    If there is space for a corner bath, there is...

    If there is space for a corner bath, there is space for a proper sized shower with enlosure (full of partial).

    No need to go for a full wet room.
  18. Do you mean you have bought a plot of land that...

    Do you mean you have bought a plot of land that is ten square metres in area or a plot of land that is ten metres by ten metres?

    If it is ten square metres then that is not sufficient in size for...
  19. The tenant can claim anything their imagination...

    The tenant can claim anything their imagination can conjure up. This doesn't make it correct or fact.

    Mildew and limescale are not static defects and the condition of the substrates does not...
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    Sorry for the late reply. Personally, it would...

    Sorry for the late reply. Personally, it would be cheaper just the check the Land Registry and get the actual name. Failing that, it would be prudent just to address it to the the Owner of the...
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    The neighbour can make any claim they like. ...

    The neighbour can make any claim they like. Whether it is proveable is another matter. Bumholes are prevalent throughout society unfortunately you have to deal with them from time to time.

    I...
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    The other consideration is that the LL has to...

    The other consideration is that the LL has to mitigate their loses. Additionally, the can only claim for money owed. Assuming there is still a few months of the term left to run then that rent only...
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    Sound and Thermal insulation require two...

    Sound and Thermal insulation require two different approaches.

    Bead insulation would only provide a minor sound insulation as a by product of increase in mass and surface area.

    The problem with...
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    There are two problems here. One that the Notice...

    There are two problems here. One that the Notice needs to be served on the correct party and two the party needs to receive the Notice so that they can act and avoid a default dispute arising.
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    I'd try knocking on the door first. Then the Land...

    I'd try knocking on the door first. Then the Land Registry.

    Don't see why people acting within their rights is arsey.

    Given that if no response is received in 14 days of Notice, a dispute is...
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