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  1. Look at it this way: What are you proposing?...

    Look at it this way:

    What are you proposing? To grant a tenancy for six months.

    What is your concern? That the tenant pays the rent for the six months.

    If the tenant pays six months' rent is...
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    It has to depend on what the lease says. It...

    It has to depend on what the lease says.

    It sometimes happens that the intention was to allocate separate parts of the graden to individual flats but that fences are never put up.
  3. I have looked at the wording several times and...

    I have looked at the wording several times and left it overnight. A first reading is that it is in the landlord's discretion whether he supplies the heating at all. Whilst not invariably the case, it...
  4. Situations like this look bad on paper for the...

    Situations like this look bad on paper for the tenant, but the landlord is rarely in as strong a position as he thinks.

    First though we need to know:

    · Exactly what the relevant clause(s) in...
  5. Landlords, understandably, want as much security...

    Landlords, understandably, want as much security as possible. It is therefore odd that when the security is proposed by prospective tenants it arouses suspicion. A tenant returning from aboard has to...
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    Assuming that what you have quoted is all that is...

    Assuming that what you have quoted is all that is relevant:

    A door is not part of the structure. You do not need consent to change it.

    You are under an obligation to repair the door. You do not...
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    Given the price the £1500 seems reasonable for a...

    Given the price the £1500 seems reasonable for a London firm. I did a bit of googling and found:

    · A quote of £1230 from an East Midlands firm

    · A quote of £992 from a firm whereabouts unknown...
  8. As I said above, get copies of those documents to...

    As I said above, get copies of those documents to the solicitors. It cannot possibly harm your case. The sooner you get them to them the better. Hopefully it will stop them in their tracks. You do...
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    Please set out as they appear in the lease: ·...

    Please set out as they appear in the lease:

    · The restrictions on alterations

    · The tenant's repairing obligations

    Presumably the door is external.
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    a) not to assign underlet or part with the...

    a) not to assign underlet or part with the possession of part only of the Premises

    Clauses referring to part can be tricky because (believe it or not) it has been held that any dealing with the...
  11. No. A new tenancy automatically operates to...

    No. A new tenancy automatically operates to surrender the old one.
  12. No point in not sending copies now.

    No point in not sending copies now.
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    At the moment I cannot seem to post on HPC. This...

    At the moment I cannot seem to post on HPC. This is what I am trying to post and will post as soon as I can:

    The name “Damocles” was suggested by the title of the thread I first contributed to. As...
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    What happens varies from firm to firm. The fee...

    What happens varies from firm to firm. The fee earner (not necessarily a solicitor) who has an experienced secretary is not going to fill in every form. He would not, for example, fill in any search...
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    Not quite that simple I am afraid. If you read...

    Not quite that simple I am afraid. If you read this: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_rent_control_in_England_and_Wales you will see that rent control has gone in and out of fashion depending...
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    Noted. In that case you only need to worry about...

    Noted. In that case you only need to worry about English law to get things changed. As mentioned, everyone must agree. You will still need advice on how your tax position is affected.
  17. Not a lot. Some things need both signtures.

    Not a lot. Some things need both signtures.
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    On the whole it is best to avoid complications...

    On the whole it is best to avoid complications and have both names on the tenancy agreement.
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    Make that "retired legal executive".

    Make that "retired legal executive".
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    Yes. See above where I said. "You can transfer...

    Yes. See above where I said. "You can transfer your equitable interest in the freehold to the buyer." What you do is to assign the interest. Your conveyancer should know how to do this.
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    You have not said where the property is but...

    You have not said where the property is but presumably it is in Spain. If it is then I do not think your questions can be answered in this forum, at least not unless it is frequented by someone...
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    Most of residential conveyancing can be...

    Most of residential conveyancing can be classified as high grade clerical work. Much of it can be learned by doing it under supervision. If you have never done it you can buy a book on how to do it....
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    ram, No. Not at all. This is nothing to do...

    ram,

    No. Not at all. This is nothing to do with the freeholder.

    On a sale if the seller sells with full title guarantee he gives certain covenants. If the property is leasehold one of the...
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    To be accurate, you cannot grant a lease where...

    To be accurate, you cannot grant a lease where the landlord and tenant are identical. However, you can have a situation arise where landlord and tenant are indentical. For example, if A grants a...
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    First, if there is a trust deed you need to look...

    First, if there is a trust deed you need to look at it and see if the situation is covered. If it is not, the only way in the face of refusal is to apply to the court. That is however to be avoided...
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