Try this link as well.
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Try this link as well.
The link below tells you what to do if your deposit wasn't protected. There are sample letters to send to your landlord. Just follow all of the links.
Why have you waited for so long after expiry of the S21 to seek possession of the property?
But you would have to pay Income Tax and National Insurance on it.
I suggest you ring your bailiff and ask them what happens in all of the situations that you can think of. They will be the only ones who can tell you what you will then have to do.
Have you booked your bailiff?
I know I used to work for the defence industry. That is also why I don't send email.
I very rarely send email or text, I prefer to phone.
In the good old days of Fax's, I managed to send faxes to America instead of South Africa. I only found out by getting a phone call from the...
It must be Aqua Marina. :(giggle):
Or... make sure during viewings that you tell your prospective tenants that you will be living next door.
It shouldn't worry good, decent tenants. But may well put off the undesirable types.
Did the tenant pay a deposit?
If yes, was the deposit protected and the Prescribed Information given to the tenant within 30 days?
Has your ex partner given the agents a written notice that he is terminating the tenancy?
Are you an overseas landlord?
Have they tried changing the battery?
Send a Private Message to Moderator 2 requesting that he changes your Username to whatever you want it to be.
For future reference, the correct procedure to follow when wishing to use rent money to pay for repairs is in the link below. The link contains sample letters to send.
Have you been to the website of your deposit company and initiated the process for the return of your deposit?
Was the chair in the property when your tenant moved in?
You need to find out if your electrian is registered with any organisation, then you can complain to them. But if you have used a cowboy electrian, you'll have to complain to trading standards.
Did you check that your electrician was registered?
Use the link below to find a registered electrian in you area.
Just think of the joy you will have when being called to look at every trivial repair or fault. The tenant normally wouldn't bother you, but because you're just next door you haven't got far to...
When the person who caused the damage pleads or is found guilty in court.
I think that you need to read the guide below. Read all of the links to fully understand all of your legal obligations as a landlord.
Do you and your tenant live in the same flat together?
Do you share the same kitchen, lounge, bathroom etc.?
Your deposit has not gone. Your landlord owes you the money. Your landlords arrangements with his agent have got nothing to do with you.
Your landlord is just trying to fob you off.