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The RLA have them (well, they assert they do... Only a Judge at whatever hearing will confirm or deny if the agreement is correct..)...
Pension age increase ?? (Asked smug 65yr-old in reciept of pension, £10 Xmas bonus, winter fuel allowance, free prescriptions, free eye tests, free 'bus pass etc etc..)
Planning I don't know about: Ask council planning people... - as you say you will be to building control presumably you'll be in touch with them anyway..
The question on resident landlord is one...
Don't touch it: Very unwise:
You need a licence to do sale&rent-back & MUST grant fixed term of AT LEAST 5 years... see
As LHA says: Winnie also knew: That's why Churchill made sure Britain took a controlling interest in BP from 1913....
I would expect tenant and/or their legal advisers to defend S8 action with disrepair claim then: What matters is not what you think but what the Judge accepts... and ifthe tenant's case is plausible...
Odd: I looked that up & got from Mssrs CaB.. at..
& from Mssrs ACAS... at......
Any tenant would be well advised to defend at the court hearing by claiming disrepair. Any repair issues?
Was deposit protected within 30 days of receipt (could be relevant to s8 claim as £££...
QfF: That statement is inaccurate... not all the heat....
The "last month's rent" will be a deposit: Regardless of what you call it: requiring protection etc etc..
periodic happens regardless of landlord wanting it or not (almost, unless you very carefully...
Yes, of course tenant has obligation to pay rent in accordance with contract: However if you wish to avoid charge of harassment (criminal: You could spend Xmas inside) for failing to comply with your...
Landlord always has responsinilities to fix items within his resposibility, regardless of rent being paid or not:
If you didn;t want to operate under such rules don't start as a landlord
Have you engaged contractors & paid whatever they want up-front to install central heating by 6th January??
If not why not??
Resonable & council demands?? Why did you think those demands should...
Years ago me & neighbour were up a 20ft ladder disconnecting an alarm that kept going off.
Sympathy brother. Think I'd buy a new one.
It is the landlord who has the responsibility:
This fact sheet outlines matters with new installations..
Since Housing Act 1988 the power has been with landlords (others may hold alternative views.).... Life ain;t fair... sorry.
In all my 65 years I don't recall such an incompetent u-turning conservative government that scews us so much.
Still, £10 on IDS to be 1st to leave cabinet : bet 12/9 @ 12:1.
La lotta continua
The whole mortgage expires or just the initial atractive "sign the bloke up" rate then move onto SVP??
What does the agreement you signed or the terms & conditions you were given say on the matter? I can't read them from here.
Having said that I'd personally just go out & take some new ones: ...
Stick the whole thing in a bucket of water.