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    Thanks. That's answered most of my question. ...

    Thanks. That's answered most of my question.

    I just wonder what would happen if there was some unforseen event beyond the landlord's control that prevented him checking the documents before...
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    Right to rent clarification

    LL is supposed to check certain documents before allowing tenants to move in so that in the event they turn out to be an 'illegal alien' he has a 'staturory defence'.

    1. Is there any other form of...
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    What if L and T cannot reach agreement on the...

    What if L and T cannot reach agreement on the deductions? The entire deposit belongs to the tenant including any proposed deductions. At what point can L say the money is his?

    Normally T would...
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    At the end of the tenancy the DPS give 3 choices:...

    At the end of the tenancy the DPS give 3 choices:

    1. Close:
    Choose this option if you would like to close the tenancy deposit. On closure, tenancy end notices will be sent to both you and the...
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    What is D1 of T? Day one of the tenancy? Too...

    What is D1 of T? Day one of the tenancy? Too late for that now. But in future. Note all insured schemes are the same in this regard; i.e.TDS and Mydeposits also unprotect at the end of the...
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    Even if you follow the steps i.e. notify DPS the...

    Even if you follow the steps i.e. notify DPS the tenancy is ending, they will still close the deposit leaving it unprotected.

    It IS nonsense.

    The law is that the deposit must be held in...
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    But s.213 requires the deposit to be protected...

    But s.213 requires the deposit to be protected not only during the teanancy but also after, until it is settled.

    A tenant could argue the deposit is no longer protected and claim a penalty.
    ...
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    sunnyp, The insured scheme rules automatically...

    sunnyp,

    The insured scheme rules automatically unprotect the depositon the last day of the tenancy and there is not enough time to agree repayment/desuctions before then.

    The DPS specifially...
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    Can I change deposit schemes? How?

    Is it allowed to change from the DPS insured scheme to the DPS custodial scheme mid tenancy?

    The initial requirements were met at the start when it was registered but what do I do to switch now?
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    Disposal of dangerous articles

    Does L have the right to dispose of an item belonging to the tenant that poses a risk to the property if the tenant refuses?
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    Thanks a lot. I do wish they would not keep...

    Thanks a lot. I do wish they would not keep moving the goal posts. Plenty of people will get tripped up with this. But at least I know the procedure now for new ones.
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    Fixed term

    Fixed term
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    Thanks. I don't want to use form 6A because It...

    Thanks.

    I don't want to use form 6A because It will confuse the tenants where it says that I cannot seek posession in case (c) where the landlord has not provided the tenant with an energy...
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    quick s.21 question

    If a tenancy began before 1st October 2015:

    Will the Landlordzone S.21 form be valid? (here: http://www.landlordzone.co.uk/documents)

    Should I have proof the tenants have a copy of the EPC or...
  15. I don't agree with it. Tenants should not have...

    I don't agree with it. Tenants should not have reviews online they have no control over or no right of redress. There is nothing wrong with the old fashioned confidential reference.

    The real...
  16. Students: Your walls will be bombarded with...

    Students: Your walls will be bombarded with vomit, beer, spaghetti hoops, etc.

    So, do not use matt paint. Washable paint is a must.

    Hire an interior designer and they will coordinate your...
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    I had a quick read thanks. 2.48 says L must...

    I had a quick read thanks.

    2.48 says L must not derogate from grant i.e. render unfit for use any of the common parts shared with T.

    So, the answer is that in theory, there is no problem with...
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    I was not thinking about how to avoid creating a...

    I was not thinking about how to avoid creating a tenancy. So long as the landlord does not live there, it is a tenancy for the individual exclusive room with shared use of common parts.

    What I...
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    But surely the landlord is allowed to...

    But surely the landlord is allowed to replace/renew furniture from time to time? Imagine if T stayed for 10+years and nothing was replaced?

    What if it was written in the tenancy agreement that L...
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    It's a comprimise, which although may not be...

    It's a comprimise, which although may not be perfect, does enable the main objective to be achieved - the sale.

    By expiry I meant the agreed date could be given as the date of the end of the...
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    yes it is.

    yes it is.
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    The seller wants to sell the buyer wants to buy...

    The seller wants to sell the buyer wants to buy and T wants the same furniture.

    Why can't the seller lend the furniture to the buyer until expiry of the tenancy agreement?

    The buyer can take...
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    I am seeking to further understanding by taking...

    I am seeking to further understanding by taking an example of an unusual scenario which could show where the boundaries lie between landlord and tenant rights.

    After some research I have found...
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    I am not familiar with this kind of arrangement. ...

    I am not familiar with this kind of arrangement. Could someone shed light on why a property would be in a trust rather than just registered in the owners name? What are the pros and cons?
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    Landlord's use of untenanted parts.

    I saw the following thread http://www.landlordzone.co.uk/forums/showthread.php?25560-HMO-can-L-enter-use-communal-areas/page2

    I was surpired to see the quote below:



    Is it really allowed for...
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