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  1. You can have a gander at some basic financials on...

    You can have a gander at some basic financials on duedil. Will tell you if the ltd is making a profit/ is worth any money or has any adverse markers etc
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    Does your tenancy require you to procure contents...

    Does your tenancy require you to procure contents insurance and indemnify the landlord from any claims rising as a result of damage to the contents? I suspect probably!
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    Often if I send an email in a location with poor...

    Often if I send an email in a location with poor reception on my phone, it will sit in the outbox and wait until I connect to wifi, the different boxes enable me to see whether an email has been sent...
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    It's quite a lengthy process, however, the estate...

    It's quite a lengthy process, however, the estate will be liable for the upkeep and entitled to rent in the interim. Upon probate being granted the new landlords will be bound by the terms of your...
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    If he is not of sound mind at the time of the...

    If he is not of sound mind at the time of the signature then obviously that will go strongly in your favour.
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    I would... Have a conditional contract with the...

    I would... Have a conditional contract with the tenants, they make the planning application which has a long stop date attached to it. They are bound by the contract if they gain planning, however,...
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    1. If your mother is elderly then it maybe...

    1. If your mother is elderly then it maybe worthwhile getting a lasting power of attorney, it will make life MUCH easier in the event that she begins to suffer with dementia or alzheimers (No doctor...
  8. Was your current agreement contracted outside of...

    Was your current agreement contracted outside of the security provisions of the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954? Were you given a 'health warning' or made to sign a statutory declaration at the...
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    I am not even sure that the notice would...

    I am not even sure that the notice would necessarily have to be valid, so long as the tenant understood the landlords intentions, the acceptance of said notice from Landlord by the tenant and then...
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    A fairly well known case - however, in the case...

    A fairly well known case - however, in the case you list, were the claimants not commercial occupiers (or am I mistaken?) in which case the outcome would/could be different for residential tenants.
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    4. Whoever is liable under the terms of the...

    4. Whoever is liable under the terms of the existing lease.

    MOST commercial leases will require the tenant to redecorate in the last year of the term and in colours and finishes previously agreed...
  12. If the tenant has removed your items then you can...

    If the tenant has removed your items then you can pursue them for damages, if, at the end of the lease, the items listed within the lease are not present, then you can pursue them along with any...
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    If the property were entirely self contained as...

    If the property were entirely self contained as the op has stated I am not sure that it would be as you state.
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    I did my degree through The CEM, I was one of the...

    I did my degree through The CEM, I was one of the last to be awarded a Reading Degree - As the CEM now has degree awarding powers.

    I would thoroughly recommend a CEM Degree (so much so I have a...
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    Were the tenants ever occupying property on a...

    Were the tenants ever occupying property on a formal lease arrangements which have no lapsed? if so then they're occupying under the terms of their original lease subject to S27 L&T 1954. If you have...
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    Do you own the property freehold or leasehold?...

    Do you own the property freehold or leasehold? Have you a mortgage on the property?

    If you own it leasehold do you have consent to sublet? If you have a mortgage on the property do you have...
  17. Electrical safety checks should probably be...

    Electrical safety checks should probably be completed by the tenant.

    If your leases contain a covenant which requires the tenant to comply with all statutory obligations then this imposes the...
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    Does the lease have a tenant break and is it...

    Does the lease have a tenant break and is it contracted outside of the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954? If the answer to either of those is no, then you cannot get the tenant out... you may not even be...
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    Maybe with residential it was the case, however,...

    Maybe with residential it was the case, however, it has had radical effects on commercial property. However, there still is no requirement with commercial for a court order, however, a much more long...
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    If they are ignoring you, you could sue the...

    If they are ignoring you, you could sue the owners under private nuisance/trespass to land.
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    Worth noting Tenants in administration also have...

    Worth noting Tenants in administration also have greater powers for protection from eviction.
  22. When you say you rent a section of a field... do...

    When you say you rent a section of a field... do you have exclusive possession or does the section of field you pay a rent for vary?
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    The lease probably answers the questions you have...

    The lease probably answers the questions you have raised.

    Insurance is reserved as rent which is what the second part is stating, it does not relate to paying of a premium for the landlord to...
  24. But, my point still remains, how could anyone...

    But, my point still remains, how could anyone within the council simply cut someone out of the loop in an instance like this one? The two cases differ greatly. The law applicable to a commercial...
  25. A Section 146 Notice requires you to rectify the...

    A Section 146 Notice requires you to rectify the alterations that were carried out and if you don't they will forfeit the lease.

    You say the council officer tried to take a bribe? I am unsure how...
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