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    Yes JKO. Either a landlord or agents address...

    Yes JKO. Either a landlord or agents address would be on the AST. Many times on here I have seen tenants asking for landlord details and agents not obliging. That's when I have read about rent...
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    She might not ever of had it - perhaps, bank...

    She might not ever of had it - perhaps, bank details only :(think):

    This situation is really strange, surely the woman looks at her bank account and noticed she is down £1000 per month! It's very...
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    No, I think OP means something different. If...

    No, I think OP means something different.

    If you don't have the landlords detail, there is a law which states rent isn't due or demanded (something like that). However, once the landlord does...
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    OK, if she is on Facebook - send her a message -...

    OK, if she is on Facebook - send her a message - if you are not on her friends list, I think you can pay a fee of about a £1 and the message will go to her 'in box'.
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    OK, so the value of your property isn't low, in...

    OK, so the value of your property isn't low, in the fact that she feels she isn't losing much. Some areas of the country property is worth tiny amounts of money.

    Are you sure she hasn't died? Do...
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    This is really strange. What area of the country...

    This is really strange. What area of the country are you?
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    Your landlady has not had any rent from you for...

    Your landlady has not had any rent from you for six months? How come?

    How is she refusing to secure your deposit or do repairs if you can't contact her? Has she died?

    If you want to buy a...
  8. It was still in place last tax year!

    It was still in place last tax year!
  9. You really should be doing inspections, at least...

    You really should be doing inspections, at least every 6 months.

    Send him a letter giving him a time and date you will be attending for an inspection. The tenant should cut the grass, but if he...
  10. No, his preference is motorbikes! He made the...

    No, his preference is motorbikes! He made the mistake of test driving a new Triumph Tiger Explorer a couple of months ago. It was his intention 'just to have a test drive' because he thinks he may...
  11. @Hippo - you and I are on totally different wave...

    @Hippo - you and I are on totally different wave lengths 'thankfully', on top of that we are miscommunicating too.

    My original post was about too much housing benefit being paid out. Later on I...
  12. Maybe you should care just a little about others....

    Maybe you should care just a little about others. One day when you are old and grey, sitting in your chair with no-one to care about you, your back is aching and you can't move to help yourself -...
  13. It's a great book - very easy to read and...

    It's a great book - very easy to read and understand. I definitely recommend this book.

    BTW, you quite possibly don't need to do a tax return, if your income from property is less than £10K, you...
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    You can't fail with the TDS dispute. If there...

    You can't fail with the TDS dispute. If there was no signed tenancy at the beginning, the landlord has no evidence to prove the condition of the property. It's up to the landlord to prove you have...
  15. You need to do a bit of research about being a...

    You need to do a bit of research about being a landlord.

    Expenses, you can claim advertising costs, mortgage interest only, milage, building insurance, repairs etc There are lots of expenses you...
  16. Hippogriff, You'd do really well working for...

    Hippogriff,


    You'd do really well working for the Government Benefits Department. With the amount of compassion you have for others, no benefits would be paid to anyone!
  17. Cripes. My husband retires next year at the ripe...

    Cripes. My husband retires next year at the ripe old age of 50! Think I will make him go get a job :(grin):
  18. Have you double checked the AST? Are there any...

    Have you double checked the AST? Are there any clauses in there about sub-letting?

    If he is still in contract you would have to go down the S8 route and try to use some discretionary clauses to...
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    Hi Sorry but your post is too long for me to...

    Hi

    Sorry but your post is too long for me to read at detail. I have read part of the opening paragraph up to where you state there was no inventory when you moved in. I don't need to read any...
  20. I agree with everything in post 13 by Nukecad. ...

    I agree with everything in post 13 by Nukecad.

    The proposed benefits cuts are being taken from the vulnerable who can't fight back. About 7 years ago, I helped start a charity for local children...
  21. To someone I guess hasn't got children - I had no...

    To someone I guess hasn't got children - I had no choice but to work for the first 7 years of my son's life. I had a mortgage to pay (and in south east London prices aren't cheap), paid expensive...
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    Anyone studied Geography and know about the...

    Anyone studied Geography and know about the Butler Model? This would really help when deciding to buy property abroad or not. Obviously there are local issues to be wary of such as additional...
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    I personally would have the chimey's capped, the...

    I personally would have the chimey's capped, the fireplaces boarded (don't forget an airvent) and have done. Alternatively, you will need to ensure the chimney's are swept and tested annually.
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    People will go back to stuffing money under their...

    People will go back to stuffing money under their mattresses!
  25. For well over 30 years I have earned reasonably...

    For well over 30 years I have earned reasonably well and paid my taxes through PAYE. My husband is a high tax earner and he pays a fortune in tax and always has done. I certainly don't consider...
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