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  1. Use the PCOL, but do it now. I think I am right...

    Use the PCOL, but do it now. I think I am right in saying that the fees are going up significantly on Tuesday.

    Make sure you send 3 copies of everything to the court yourself. The PCOL website...
  2. If your Sec 21 is valid, then you go straight to...

    If your Sec 21 is valid, then you go straight to court.

    Are you able to upload a copy of it(with names and addresses redacted)?
  3. Are you certain your Sec 21 is valid? If so,...

    Are you certain your Sec 21 is valid?
    If so, apply to court TODAY if at all possible(I suspect not).

    From next week, the fee is going up from £175 to £280.
    I had to do four yesterday to beat the...
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    If you are happy with their reasons for wanting...

    If you are happy with their reasons for wanting to pay 6 months in advance, then I would do nothing with the tenancy agreement.
    I would ensure that it says "x" amount per month, payable "monthly".
    ...
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    Think he means this one: ...

    Think he means this one:

    http://www.landlordzone.co.uk/forums/showthread.php?61713-Section-21-Valid-When-Served-Before-Deposit-Protected
  6. If her housing benefit has been cancelled, then...

    If her housing benefit has been cancelled, then she won't be keeping the money. The claim is cancelled.
    What did the letter actually say?

    If she owes money, you obviously don't return the...
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    I think you are right. Not that it matters, but...

    I think you are right.
    Not that it matters, but I doubt the £75 is in their safe.
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    Please read post #5 No, you may be found...

    Please read post #5




    No, you may be found liable for his £175 court costs though. The chance of this would be lessened if you were to show the court your written intention of vacating the...
  9. I echo this^^^ Tell her to get the repairs...

    I echo this^^^

    Tell her to get the repairs done herself.
    If it is done to a satisfactory standard, then she gets her deposit back. If it isn't, then you make deductions.

    If she doesn't have...
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    If the property has been sold, I would not pay...

    If the property has been sold, I would not pay any rent until you have been notified by the new owner/the old owner with what needs to be done about the rent payments.
    I would write to whomever has...
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    This is the problem. The form is not intuitive...

    This is the problem.
    The form is not intuitive at all.

    I have had N5b forms sent back for the exact same reason.
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    Is your tenancy an assured shorthold one? Do you...

    Is your tenancy an assured shorthold one?
    Do you have a separate address for council tax purposes?
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    The repairs are irrelevant. The notice you...

    The repairs are irrelevant.

    The notice you served is invalid.
    Write the landlord to tell him that you are unable to move until "x" date. He may apply to the court for possession, but you will be...
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    What possessions have been left? Contact the...

    What possessions have been left?
    Contact the utility company, and tell them that you want to put the bills in your name, and ask them if the last tenants called to give their final readings.
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    And is there?

    And is there?
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    You need to end the agreement with the company....

    You need to end the agreement with the company.
    Did your agreement not state how either party does so?

    Is it an investment property, or more suited to an owner occupier?
  17. Your mother can reduce the rent. Those saying it...

    Your mother can reduce the rent.
    Those saying it will be a contrived tenancy are jumping the gun
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    You do not have to supply a tenant, past or...

    You do not have to supply a tenant, past or present, a reference, or any reason for doing not wishing to do so.
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    Sorry, I read it in a rush. If the landlord has...

    Sorry, I read it in a rush.
    If the landlord has activated the break clause, then that would end the fixed term upon expiry.

    The "Sec 21" is muddying the waters somewhat.
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    His Section 21 has no effect on your tenancy. ...

    His Section 21 has no effect on your tenancy. You are free to move out at the end of the fixed term without notice, or exercise the break clause.

    He can't make you stay, but he would win his...
  21. Tell your tenant that if she gets rid of her...

    Tell your tenant that if she gets rid of her tenant, by whatever means she chooses, then it will save herself a lot of money in the long run.
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    Who are you in this scenario?

    Who are you in this scenario?
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    In case you missed it: Therefore, no...

    In case you missed it:



    Therefore, no repeat visits.
  24. No he doesn't.

    No he doesn't.
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    If you think the tenant might not move out, you...

    If you think the tenant might not move out, you can inform the police to attend your original bailiff possession date.

    Bailiffs usually have tight schedules(1/2 hour between evictions), so they...
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