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  1. Thread: Is this right?

    by mk1fan
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    I'm not sure it is 'wrong' behaviour. The Agent...

    I'm not sure it is 'wrong' behaviour. The Agent has an obligation to safeguard their Client's property. There is no explaination as to the content of the 'personal' stuff, it could be dirty food...
  2. I would say me but I'm booked for the next two...

    I would say me but I'm booked for the next two years. Whereabouts in East London is it?

    To be honest there's going to be a huge wedge of paperwork to be done. Party Wall Notices will be...
  3. The Freeholder of a block of flats has always...

    The Freeholder of a block of flats has always been considered a 'commercial client' under the CDM Regs. The reason being that there are a third party liabilities to the Leaseholder.

    There's no...
  4. Your LL is not responsible for the neighbours. ...

    Your LL is not responsible for the neighbours.

    Have you reported it to the Council? As above, move.

    There are acoustic treatments that could be applied to your side of the floor structure. ...
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    Is there Planning Consent in place for the...

    Is there Planning Consent in place for the coversion into flats? If not then I'd suggest converting back bears no more Planning risk than the potential for a retrospective application. I find it...
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    Don't confuse HMO Lincensing requirements with...

    Don't confuse HMO Lincensing requirements with Building Regs.

    It maybe simpler to apply for Building Regs, carryout the works and get it signed off to hand to the HMO department.
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    There's no requirement for a kitchen and living...

    There's no requirement for a kitchen and living room to be separated in a dwelling. As long as the menas of escape is not compromised then the above isn't a regs issue re fire safety.

    Yes I do...
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    If you're dividing the property into separate...

    If you're dividing the property into separate dwellings then you'll need sound testing. If your creating a sinlge dwelling - ie with one shared kitchen - but with numerous bedrooms then you won't.
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    At the moment, my neighbour.

    At the moment, my neighbour.
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    I doubt it isn't some form of 'standard' size. ...

    I doubt it isn't some form of 'standard' size. Have you checked the sizes of combi ovens (oven / microwave / grill) on AO?

    That said, Elfin Kitchens have a range of compact, well equiped...
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    Good alternative. While I dislike...

    Good alternative.

    While I dislike prograstination, I find when dealing with 'public servants' that taking it one step at a time is the most efficient. If they have indeed agreed and admit to...
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    Write to you LL telling them about the change. ...

    Write to you LL telling them about the change. Ask them to formally confirm that they have agreed to pass over this bit of land. I agree with JP above.
  13. Get a few plumbers around to price for a...

    Get a few plumbers around to price for a replacement boiler. No need to inform them of any prices to date. Just ask their price to replace the boiler. Must be Gas Safe registered and provide a...
  14. Well the arguement would be that the written...

    Well the arguement would be that the written agreement changed into an AST. That would be for the Court to decide. Did the OP redirect their mail to a different address? Did they remove themselves...
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    A tenant is free to make any claim / accusation...

    A tenant is free to make any claim / accusation they wish. Despite the occassional error the Courts in this country are, the vast majority of the time, correct.

    Its hardly a 'revenge eviction' if...
  16. The point is that you haven't provided an AST. I...

    The point is that you haven't provided an AST. I could send you a piece of paper with '£1,000,000 Note' writen on it. Doesn't mean you have £1,000,000.

    Bit slow on the response there :(blush):
  17. I agree. How many times have we posted up that...

    I agree. How many times have we posted up that it doesn't matter what is written on the top of a contract?

    It may state its an AST but that doesn't mean it is one. The residential LL status...
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    There is no minimum height for ceilings in the...

    There is no minimum height for ceilings in the Building Regulations - nothing to do with Planning Law.

    There is a minimum height above stairs under the Building Regulations (2M) but nothing about...
  19. Fire door blanks are cheap and can be cut down to...

    Fire door blanks are cheap and can be cut down to size. As stated above.

    Assuming the completion certificate included the fire copartmentation of the property as part of the notified works...
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    Hindsight is always 20/20 and frankly only of use...

    Hindsight is always 20/20 and frankly only of use as a learning tool.

    Whilst the roof is still leaking that doesn't mean the previous repairs have failled. As you have previously attended the...
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    Your mortgage is determined by how the property...

    Your mortgage is determined by how the property is used not how many you have. If you are renting the property out wholy and completely then you financier is free to offer what terms they seem...
  22. Fair bit of mixing unrelated post there. I am...

    Fair bit of mixing unrelated post there.

    I am not refering to any form of 'statement of financial account'.

    I am refering to the advert and forum dialogue the OP refers to in post #1. As a...
  23. From the OP; My spare room was advertised on a...

    From the OP;
    My spare room was advertised on a per weekly rent/agreement (which I still have the screen shot of), I also have an informal agreement on Sparerooms chat in regards to rent and when it...
  24. Slightly different view to jp. Just to...

    Slightly different view to jp.

    Just to confirm. Your contract states £500 per month. You have other written statements saying £125 per week.

    Well, on the basis that the benefit of the doubt...
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    Suprisingly, the majority of single parents don't...

    Suprisingly, the majority of single parents don't rely on benefits as their income.
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