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    I try and do things properly, that way you know...

    I try and do things properly, that way you know that you will get the best outcome if your actions end up being judged by someone with common sense.
    As an example, I have just asked a colleague to...
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    I would not call it anything. Not every action...

    I would not call it anything. Not every action has a "term".
    The landlord is a bit of an idiot.

    He may well be frightened of being accused of illegal eviction, I don't know.

    If I received a...
  3. I would welcome that. It's the tenants money. ...

    I would welcome that.
    It's the tenants money. Let them protect it, and if they don't comply with the requirements they have to compensate the landlord.
  4. What terms aren't the landlord complying with?

    What terms aren't the landlord complying with?
  5. I must tell you that you have been given duff...

    I must tell you that you have been given duff information by a few members of this website.
    Leaving by the date on the Sec 8 notice means nothing. You are still required to pay rent.

    You are...
  6. If you leave early, your tenancy continues.

    If you leave early, your tenancy continues.
  7. You are liable to pay rent until your tenancy...

    You are liable to pay rent until your tenancy ends.
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    There was no illegal eviction.

    There was no illegal eviction.
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    I wouldn't call "marks" on a carpet "fair wear &...

    I wouldn't call "marks" on a carpet "fair wear & tear" in most circumstances.

    I would see what the landlord says, but counterclaim for not being allowed access to the property during your tenancy.
  10. ...On Assured Shorthold tenancies...

    ...On Assured Shorthold tenancies...
  11. I take it these people you spoke to are primary...

    I take it these people you spoke to are primary school children. It makes no sense at all.
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    I think in 9 times out of 10, this is exactly...

    I think in 9 times out of 10, this is exactly what happens.
    The question usually comes up because of:

    A. A landlord is enquiring about a property that may or may be empty, and wants to know if...
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    Just note, the "Christmas week" thing is...

    Just note, the "Christmas week" thing is nonsensical. The day the notice expires is irrelevant.
  14. Since they are threatening solicitors, simply and...

    Since they are threatening solicitors, simply and calmly reply that you will wait for the solicitors letter, and will respond in due course.
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    The 30th Dec 2014 is fine.

    The 30th Dec 2014 is fine.
  16. If you caused damage, then pay for the damage you...

    If you caused damage, then pay for the damage you caused. You have no legal or moral obligation to do anything but that.
    The deposit issue is irrelevant, and a case for them to sort out between...
  17. Didn't the court ask you to submit a defence?

    Didn't the court ask you to submit a defence?
  18. Already asked, and answered. Not...

    Already asked, and answered.




    Not necessarily arrears. It could put the account in credit(as in this very case), and a valid Sec 21 be served.
  19. I believe the judge will see the obvious typo and...

    I believe the judge will see the obvious typo and grant the landlord possession.
    The other untrue claims are neither here nor there.

    As long as the Sec 21 dates are deemed correct, and any...
  20. Contact mydeposits and tell them that there was...

    Contact mydeposits and tell them that there was no deposit paid, and see what they say.
  21. If the landlord "acquired" the dead tenants gas...

    If the landlord "acquired" the dead tenants gas cooker, and supplied it to the next tenant(whilst maintaining ownership), he would be required to get it checked.
  22. The landlord would not be liable. This is a fact.

    The landlord would not be liable. This is a fact.
  23. Having read the summary again, you are quite...

    Having read the summary again, you are quite right. The person quoted said:

    Whereas, the case highlighted states:
  24. Seems more likely, but, he was not a tenant.

    Seems more likely, but, he was not a tenant.
  25. I have no reason to believe that the case has...

    I have no reason to believe that the case has anything to do with the one you originally gave a link to.
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