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    Please could someone supply some evidence that...

    Please could someone supply some evidence that concrete tiles (e.g. Hardrow flats) cause walls and ceilings to bow? We've had them on our (200 year old) house for 30+ years with no problems...
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    Oh. It failed, then. But I will forgive you,...

    Oh. It failed, then.

    But I will forgive you, just this once. Don't let it happen again!
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    So being Romanian caused him to lose half his...

    So being Romanian caused him to lose half his hand?
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    Hippogriff : if you do not wear it and you have...

    Hippogriff : if you do not wear it and you have no emotional attachment to it, get rid. People have too much stuff. Only keep stuff which you either know to be useful or believe to be beautiful, or...
  5. OP, if this is your first venture into buy to let...

    OP, if this is your first venture into buy to let property, I would play safe and go for a more conventional layout. Apart form anything else, unconventional rooms can make a property harder to sell...
  6. Speak of angels...

    Speak of angels...
  7. How big is the skylight, and is it set at an...

    How big is the skylight, and is it set at an angle in the ceiling, or flat?

    There is a LZ member called mk1fan who would know the up to date regulations - might be worth sending him a pm and...
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    Whoever won will make no difference to my plans...

    Whoever won will make no difference to my plans one way or another.
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    Your magnanimity truly knows no bounds :^):

    Your magnanimity truly knows no bounds :^):
  10. Totally agree with mariner. Both your...

    Totally agree with mariner. Both your conveyancing solicitor and the purchaser's should have been investigating whether vacant possession was realistic or not.

    It sound as though you have...
  11. It seems to me you have two options: 1. Ask...

    It seems to me you have two options:

    1. Ask your buyer if they are willing to delay completion until you have evicted the tenant (this could take several months at least if he does not wish to...
  12. Technically, notice expires, but a tenancy ends -...

    Technically, notice expires, but a tenancy ends - not necessarily at the same time. A tenancy (usually but not always) ends when the tenant moves out, or when a court orders it. That may be after the...
  13. From whose account is rent paid to you and is it...

    From whose account is rent paid to you and is it still being paid?
  14. The agent is talking nonsense. If anything LLs...

    The agent is talking nonsense. If anything LLs are subject to more stringent regulatioans than ordinary householders, in terms of which rooms can be used for what.

    What is the floor area of the...
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    Inapplicable advice; this is not a newly...

    Inapplicable advice; this is not a newly plastered wall:
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    But you are the one who is waxing enthusiastic...

    But you are the one who is waxing enthusiastic about HIVE devices which allow you to interfere with tenants' energy usage. That is NOT the same as ensuring that energy costs are 'included in the...
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    Plasterboard can still suffer form damp spots,...

    Plasterboard can still suffer form damp spots, especially if it has been 'dotted and dabbed'. Damp can migrate from the outside through any solid 'link' in the walls.

    If you have ended up with...
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    Too long for what? :=-:

    Too long for what? :=-:
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    The bubbles could also have been due to dampness...

    The bubbles could also have been due to dampness in the wall pushing the paint off.

    The only cure for that is to establish the cause of that damp (condensation? penetrating? rising ? etc) and...
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    # You cannot know what goes on behind closed...

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    You cannot know what goes on behind closed doors!

    I bet some of them do use two basins at once.

    Very nice bathroom btw. The chocolate colour saves it from the fate of many bathrooms these...
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    Where do we stand on doors and windows? Necessity...

    Where do we stand on doors and windows? Necessity or luxury?
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    Oh, don't underestimate me. I get everything...

    Oh, don't underestimate me. I get everything which is being suggested on this thread - more than you do, it seems.

    OK, I'll try to make it clear for you. A contract which specifies simply that...
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    Your apology is accepted. I'd forgotten how...

    Your apology is accepted. I'd forgotten how literal-minded some people can be. I could have used the impersonal pronoun 'one', but I do hate to sound like Princess Anne.

    Read the thread (and any...
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    Please stop telling me what to do and stop...

    Please stop telling me what to do and stop assuming this is all about you. My comments were not specifically about your personal situation. My use of 'your' was a rhetorical device.

    Nothing you...
  25. It begins on the day the tenant occupies. What...

    It begins on the day the tenant occupies.

    What you have before that is an agreement to create a tenancy, but not a tenancy as such.

    Why do you ask?
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