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  1. Thread: An unusual problem

    by JK0
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    Section 21 to expire at end of fixed term is your...

    Section 21 to expire at end of fixed term is your only option I think.
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    Yes. See my post above about landlords supplying...

    Yes. See my post above about landlords supplying pets. :)
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    Well done mate. I knew you would.

    Well done mate. I knew you would.
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    I'm still getting this problem in another room....

    I'm still getting this problem in another room. Both the kitchen and bathroom were fine though. I wonder if it's because these were originally painted with 'bathroom' paint.

    I think I'll have to...
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    I think really it's the freeholder, as of course...

    I think really it's the freeholder, as of course it's ultimately his property.
  6. Because if even a penny is found owing you will...

    Because if even a penny is found owing you will be liable for freeholder's court costs. If you pay up, then you don't owe anything.
  7. Thread: Relationships suck

    by JK0
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    Am I being conned again?

    I met a very nice woman in Guildford for lunch on Thursday, and we seemed to hit it off.

    I have been trying to ring her since then, but she only texts me. Although she told me on Thursday that she...
  8. The best thing to do is pay up and then ask for a...

    The best thing to do is pay up and then ask for a determination at the FTT if you don't agree with the bill.
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    Well done Andy. It's very rare to have a job...

    Well done Andy.

    It's very rare to have a job as complicated as that not require a visit to the shops.
  10. I'd stay away. If the place is a bargain, guess...

    I'd stay away. If the place is a bargain, guess what, that's the reason. :)

    Even if you get permission, what's to stop a future management rescinding it? Then you'd have to sell up.
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    Are you sure that it's your solicitor's fault? ...

    Are you sure that it's your solicitor's fault?

    Just that I get the impression from my flats that the freeholders send the demands there almost for devilment so that they can add on late fees.
  12. I should accept that. It doesn't sound bad if...

    I should accept that. It doesn't sound bad if extra term is 90 years.
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    I wouldn't pay anything more, as the tenancy has...

    I wouldn't pay anything more, as the tenancy has obviously been terminated by the fire. Have you asked the council about emergency accommodation?
  14. Hmm. I suspect they want to see if the guarantor...

    Hmm. I suspect they want to see if the guarantor actually exists and knows he is signing. It's not unknown for them not to.
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    Iconic Dukes of Hazzard Car 'General Lee' Stripped Of Confederate Flag

    I don't know why they are bothering removing the flag from toys. I had no idea what the flag was as a child.
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    Hmm. I bet you'd moan if the place got damp due...

    Hmm. I bet you'd moan if the place got damp due to water penetration.

    I had a new roof a few years ago. The builders did not need to come in my house at all.
  17. Tell the court you're suing for a deposit left on...

    Tell the court you're suing for a deposit left on your car. :)
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    As long as you know you aren't being recorded,...

    As long as you know you aren't being recorded, you can give a completely frank reference. I did for the lady in the Bambi flat. It meant she stayed a little longer, however, maybe that means she did...
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    mariner, Hmm. But we aren't talking about...

    mariner,

    Hmm. But we aren't talking about anything being written off. Only about being repaired. If repairs to your car are less than the value of it, you get a repair, and they don't ask you to...
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    Lawcruncher answered a similar question by...

    Lawcruncher answered a similar question by referring to an old law, I forget which. The gist of it was that your property includes everything that connects to it. Do you have access to the cellar...
  21. If it's only 25% increase in 7 years, that...

    If it's only 25% increase in 7 years, that doesn't sound too bad. Have you been paying the £400 all this time?
  22. Don't know I'm afraid. I wonder if you could...

    Don't know I'm afraid.

    I wonder if you could transfer in stages?

    Say, transfer half to the wife, £99k would be under stamp duty threshold, then next year the other half. :)
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    Thanks Mariner. Of course I can take a hit of...

    Thanks Mariner. Of course I can take a hit of £300.

    Deduct FW&T from a repair? WTF?

    If I'd asked for a new door, a new bath, or a new drawer, then I think it's fair enough to deduct FW&T.

    I...
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    Thanks guys. The email I just received from my...

    Thanks guys. The email I just received from my agent is here:
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    Repairs more than agent's estimate

    Tenants moved out recently leaving the place in a bit of a state.

    My letting agent did a check out report, and drew my attention to a cigarette burn on the bath, a dent in the bathroom door, a...
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