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    No, not expensive enough for them! As the OP...

    No, not expensive enough for them!

    As the OP on this thread, and following-up on post #10 above, my insistence that the SPT did not represent a new subletting and therefore didn't warrant a repeat...
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    If that's the case (ie: STP = new tenancy,...

    If that's the case (ie: STP = new tenancy, therefore needs re-issue of PI), surely that logic would require the original deposit to be returned and a new deposit taken (though not in that order)...
  3. I posed the same question as grrr's original post...

    I posed the same question as grrr's original post a couple of months back. Having read the replies, I decided that the safest way was not to sign the new AST until the previous tenants had moved...
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    Further to my questions above, is the situation...

    Further to my questions above, is the situation impacted by the fact that this has arisen is at the end of an AST as opposed to during a Statutory Periodic Tenancy? Information on another forum...
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    Can a tenant withdraw notice to leave?

    I have a tenant on a 6-month AST who has given written intent that he does not intend to stay beyond the initial term.

    I have re-advertised the property, am undertaking viewings and will no doubt...
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    Re the Notice to Sublet renewal fee, it might...

    Re the Notice to Sublet renewal fee, it might depend on how you manage your 'renewals'. As the end of the AST period, we let our lettings evolve into Statutory Periodic Tenancies and so (following...
  7. Thread: Door security

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    He hasn't specified that. But to address his...

    He hasn't specified that. But to address his concerns I imagine I'd need to fit a BS3261 5-lever mortice deadlock (to replace the existing cylinder lock), plus install a traditional night-latch so...
  8. Thread: Door security

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    Door security

    I have a new tenant in a modern apartment block who has issues with the apartment door security. The apartments, a development of 150 units built a few years ago by a major developer, have ISEO...
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    Those are the same fee levels charged by the...

    Those are the same fee levels charged by the freeholder's agent (a large company) for "notice of registration" on one of my properties and discussed on this forum before - so it might not be for...
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    I've just had a very different experience with a...

    I've just had a very different experience with a freeholder company.

    I have a lease with the standard "for every underlease..........pay a fee for notification", which I paid when the flat was let...
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    Thank you jjlandlord - that makes it clear...

    Thank you jjlandlord - that makes it clear (unfortunately) that capital items provided for the tenant's use do not qualify.

    And thank you Phlash - you're right that the lawnmower is not a general...
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    But I don't understand why the tax treatment is...

    But I don't understand why the tax treatment is different - they're both portable items left at the property for use by the tenant. Which piece of tax legislation says that a lawnmower is deductable...
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    Thanks for the replies to date. I understand...

    Thanks for the replies to date.

    I understand the recent changes to treatment of 'replacement' capital goods - that is not the issue here; I'm trying to understand the accounting treatment of items...
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    What counts as capital expenditure?

    I've bought various new things for my rental properties which are definitely not allowable against income (because they're not replacements or repairs), but I'm confused as to whether they count as...
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    Thank you Gordon. On that basis, I guess we...

    Thank you Gordon.

    On that basis, I guess we should keep the properties in my wife's sole name until just before the point of sale.

    We have one other property which we own as joint tenants which...
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    I was concentrating on income tax and CGT,...

    I was concentrating on income tax and CGT, because I think those are the ones most impacted by our ownership structure options.

    Unless tax bands change very significantly, I will remain in the...
  17. Thread: Record keeping

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    Record keeping

    This is our first year of BTL ownership, so I'm about to handle our first tax return involving property.

    Our properties are all in my wife's sole name, though all income and costs go through our...
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    Best ownership structure to minimise tax

    During the current tax year, we have purchased and let three properties (our first year of BTLs). All were purchased in my wife's name in order to take advantage of her 20% marginal tax rate (vs my...
  19. msed12 Take a look at the thread I started on...

    msed12

    Take a look at the thread I started on exactly this topic, entitled "Repeat fees for notice of underletting". My agent is undoubtedly the same as yours, and after writing to them in...
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    Gordon - As I'm not making any allegations or...

    Gordon - As I'm not making any allegations or defamatory remarks against them, I guess I'm OK in saying that {Mod - name removed} is the agent requesting the payment.

    Leaseholdanswers - thank you...
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    Thanks for the replies Ram - Yes, my intention...

    Thanks for the replies

    Ram - Yes, my intention is to write along the lines you suggest. When I refused to supply a copy of the AST, I had a e.mailed reply from them agreeing that the lease does...
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    Ressurecting a thread I started some months back,...

    Ressurecting a thread I started some months back, but I have now received a letter requesting I pay a "renewed Notice of Underletting" fee for my existing tentants to remain in my property, at a...
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    Because my lease states that I have to pay a...

    Because my lease states that I have to pay a notification fee "for every underletting". When the AST comes to an end, it doesn't get 'renewed'; it simply becomes a statutory periodic tenancy, under...
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    That's very encouraging - I wonder what it'll...

    That's very encouraging - I wonder what it'll take before they adopt the same position on mine. Thanks for the info.
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    Thanks JKO. Your link is highly relevant because...

    Thanks JKO. Your link is highly relevant because it's the same PM company.

    Your case was a bit different because of the confusion over consent vs notice, but relevant in that the LVT determined...
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