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  1. You are entitled to see all referencing details...

    You are entitled to see all referencing details of your current or prospective tenants.

    If you were acting without an agent, you would be getting all the information about prospective tenants....
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    As above, as you do not intend to live there....

    As above, as you do not intend to live there.
    Your terms and conditions of occupation will be in the A.S.T. rental agreement, so no need for a lease.

    Just make sure your A.S.T. "Reflects" the...
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    If you are going to live in one of the flats, I...

    If you are going to live in one of the flats, I don't think you can be a freeholder and a leaseholder.

    You can own the freehold, and the other flat has a lease from the freeholder, but the...
  4. If foliage from the other property is encroaching...

    If foliage from the other property is encroaching on your property, entering your property, you are allowed to cut it back to the property line / boundary.

    We do not know it your tenant cut back...
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    Is it a 1 or 2 bedroom flat ? If it's a 2...

    Is it a 1 or 2 bedroom flat ?

    If it's a 2 bedroom flat, you buy the flat and father and daugter move in, live there, no problem.
    Father is away on business a lot so Daughter is always seen to be...
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    I cannot verify the following via any court cases...

    I cannot verify the following via any court cases : -

    The current landlord has a contract with the tenant to be paid rent every month.
    That contract continues until the place is sold.
    I see no...
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    The owner of the flat "Wins" the flat. The...

    The owner of the flat "Wins" the flat.

    The owner is usualy the freeholder, and assuming it's a freehold building, and flats are leasehold.
    The freeholder owns the buildings and the flats, and...
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    You are being too kind. You have exhausted all...

    You are being too kind.

    You have exhausted all possibilities.
    It is up to the leaseholder to talk to his bank, to see if they will pay the service charges, and the bank has all the information...
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    Having worked for 2 lift companies, be it in...

    Having worked for 2 lift companies, be it in sales and not maintenence, a lift can last 50 years if well maintained.

    There will be ( or should be ) a plate inside the lift, and if you are lucky,...
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    you are talking to the wrong people ! It is not...

    you are talking to the wrong people !
    It is not that you need the B of S to comply, it's the Leaseholder.

    The B of S have not signed any legaly enforcable document ( the lease ) to pay the...
  11. Having researched this a few years ago, the legal...

    Having researched this a few years ago, the legal advice given was you are not allowed to touch the car, tow it or manhandle it., so if everyone wants to use your driveway instead of using the...
  12. Answer is no, you cannot touch the car or tow it....

    Answer is no, you cannot touch the car or tow it.

    You have to find which flat it belongs to, or even if it is someone who is not even staying there, but saw an empty space and used it instead of...
  13. that's good. I would suggest you use a holiday...

    that's good.

    I would suggest you use a holiday let agent the first year, as then you will be able to see what they give out, how they phase things, what exactly is in the holiday let agreement,...
  14. Not worth the hassle. If your separate guest...

    Not worth the hassle.

    If your separate guest room with ensuite can only be accessd from the main house, then I would object to sharing a holliday home with the owner.
    I go to Spain /islands but I...
  15. These sound like "Professional tenants" ( Those...

    These sound like "Professional tenants" ( Those that play at getting everything they can from the landlord, and it is their only reason for living, to fleece the landlord in all and any way possible,...
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    And what's the problem if there IS a hearing ? ...

    And what's the problem if there IS a hearing ?

    You will be proved right.

    And as per post number 6 at...
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    If it is, then he has his answers already.

    If it is, then he has his answers already.
  18. Yes, Yorkjames has to be made aware of all or...

    Yes, Yorkjames has to be made aware of all or most of the permutations of this sorry state of affairs.

    But the flat was advertised and taken as unfurnished, with inventory stating no furniture was...
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    then you are in the wrong business ! ! ! So...

    then you are in the wrong business ! ! !

    So when you need to CLEAR the house, redecorate, will you be on here again saying you can't afford to lose a months rent and you can't afford to...
  20. Do you have anything in writing that the flat was...

    Do you have anything in writing that the flat was unfurnished, such as a newpaper add, a copy of the web page, the single sheet of information from the agent ?

    As you are going to have to move, as...
  21. The Landlord is at fault for not removing the...

    The Landlord is at fault for not removing the furniture.

    The furniture presently there is not yours to dispose of. If it belongs to the previous tenant, ( or the landlord ) you will not be asked...
  22. Thread: Lodger headache!

    by ram
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    Just make sure you have terminated her right to...

    Just make sure you have terminated her right to stay in your house.
    ( Some people can be very anoying and get solicitors to write to you with all kinds of false claims )

    Text if you don't know...
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    Yes, that is correct. The original tenant is...

    Yes, that is correct.

    The original tenant is your sub_tenant.
    You are the original tenants Landlord.

    The lodger is the sub_tenant of the original tenant.
    The original tenant is the landlord...
  24. Thread: Lodger headache!

    by ram
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    Assuming you did not write a lodger agreement,...

    Assuming you did not write a lodger agreement, then she is not a lodger in the true sense.
    But even if you did, a lodger can be given 24 hours notice to leave, but best to give 7 days.

    You had a...
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    Correct. The Labour government allowed 660...

    Correct. The Labour government allowed 660 million ( approx ) people to come here and have free health care, get free housing etc etc. and not the rich.

    Europe excluding UK has 660 million...
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