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    If you get a section 21 there are 2 things to...

    If you get a section 21 there are 2 things to bear in mind . . .

    1) You can not be made to leave until after a court grants possession to the landlord

    2) Without deposit protection, you can...
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    I appreciate that you are a 'rookie', but you are...

    I appreciate that you are a 'rookie', but you are still in business - you will not be able to name many business successful business men who started off with 'no idea'. It would be very wise for you...
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    as has been said, a contract must have 2 parties...

    as has been said, a contract must have 2 parties on it, the names of the landlord and the tenant(s). However, a tenancy does not have to be in writing, it can be oral, and the fact that you have...
  4. Artful raises a good point, but to answer the...

    Artful raises a good point, but to answer the question you ask . . .

    Providing departed tenant is willing to surrender his tenancy then you obtain that surrender in writing and issue a new...
  5. The tenancy continues until the earlier of: 1)...

    The tenancy continues until the earlier of:
    1) Tenant surrenders their tenancy
    2) You obtain and enforce a possession order

    It may possibly be implied from the tenants actions that they have...
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    In English law, 'compensation' compensates you...

    In English law, 'compensation' compensates you for financial loss. Unless you can convince a court that you suffered financial loss caused by the landlord, then the answer is 'no'. It is likely...
  7. Well then, if the agent still has the funds, you...

    Well then, if the agent still has the funds, you have a choice.
    1) Put a claim in with the deposit company for whatever amount (up to the deposit value) you feel is appropriate and (unlikely) return...
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    Unfortunately, your notice was invalid. ...

    Unfortunately, your notice was invalid.

    Section 5 of the 1988 Housing Act makes it clear that any terms in the contract relating to ending the tenancy DO NOT carry over into the new Statutory...
  9. Sheds - use the undamaged panel of the 'new' shed...

    Sheds - use the undamaged panel of the 'new' shed to replace the damaged panel of the 'old' shed - charge £40 labour. If they don't match, add £25 for a tin of garden stain. Blue or Raspberry are...
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    It is unfortunate that you were prevented from...

    It is unfortunate that you were prevented from using the ADR process but, if you chose to, you could reclaim your deposit through the courts via the moneyclaim online website.

    Easy ones first . ....
  11. Just background info to help you understand the...

    Just background info to help you understand the councils stance.

    Your s21 notice does not end the tenants tenancy. The day after it expires, they still have a perfectly valid tenancy.

    If your...
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    agreed, but it's not "in mariners opinion", it is...

    agreed, but it's not "in mariners opinion", it is fact.
  13. As you are in breach of contract, you are liable...

    As you are in breach of contract, you are liable for any financial loss the landlord suffers. However, the landlord is also liable to mitigate his loss.

    If this tenancy is for the 2016/17...
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    I note JPK is 'tracking' the page. If anyone...

    I note JPK is 'tracking' the page. If anyone else would like to know when the page changes, there are various free tools out there including www.changedetection.com
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    A lot of what you say has no relevance in a legal...

    A lot of what you say has no relevance in a legal sense - sorry but like any business, rules have to be followed.

    Obviously, JK0's last question is relevant, but when were you first advised by the...
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    I think you will appreciate by now that a 'polite...

    I think you will appreciate by now that a 'polite letter' is likely to have no legal effect whatsoever - no matter what the tenancy agreement says. If the tenancy began before the 1st of October...
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    So far as renewing your tenancy is concerned -...

    So far as renewing your tenancy is concerned - shelter were right, you currently have a valid tenancy with all the same terms as the original except for any terms relating to ending the tenancy -...
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    Well then, there is an idea for you to take to...

    Well then, there is an idea for you to take to market - maybe make more dosh than renting property? :)
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    Having thought about this, I suspect it is...

    Having thought about this, I suspect it is because both properties share the same land registry entry - ie, in the eyes of the law they are the same. See if your residential insurer could (does?)...
  20. Having done this, I agree with AndrewDod. If...

    Having done this, I agree with AndrewDod.

    If the agent currently uses DPS custodial scheme you can arrange for a transfer from their DPS account to your own, thus ensuring no break in protection....
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    Just a couple of points about section 8 . . . ...

    Just a couple of points about section 8 . . .

    It is allowable to serve a section 8 on discretionary grounds and ADD non-discretionary grounds (if they become applicable) right up to the hearing...
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    Tend to agree with Ghost. All rental property...

    Tend to agree with Ghost. All rental property has to meet with HHSRS. In the awful event of a fire, non compliance could result in loss of life and that in turn could have disastrous emotional and...
  23. This booklet should answer a lot of your tenancy...

    This booklet should answer a lot of your tenancy concerns: https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/484335/How_to_Rent_October_2015_FINAL.pdf

    With regard to the...
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    In addition to question #3, have you checked...

    In addition to question #3, have you checked whether you need a licence for this property? If so - do you have one?
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    We can not TELL you which eviction notice you...

    We can not TELL you which eviction notice you should send!

    Answer the questions here:...
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