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  • Pergola
    Change to service charge apportionment
    Pergola
    I live in a block of flats in which all the leaseholders are also directors in the freehold company. The long leases for each leaseholder set out how the service charge is to be apportioned with different flats paying different amounts.
    If the freehold company wants to change how the service...
    23-01-2019, 23:00 PM
  • katrinahale
    roof repair
    katrinahale
    Hi can anyone shed any light in this I have a property rented out and the neighbour has said that he has water coming in the roof his side but to repair it he has to take slates from a wall on my side
    hecwants me to pay for the render of the wall I don’t have a prob with the wall so I have said...
    23-01-2019, 21:09 PM
  • Chloe494
    Trouble with deposit dispute
    Chloe494
    We moved into a rented flat in 2015 and moved out at the end of November 2018, since leaving the property we have had problems getting our deposit money back.

    we are being charged £222 for carpet cleaning.
    £114 for general cleaning and £57 for oven cleaning.

    There...
    23-01-2019, 20:10 PM
  • Dawnr
    Leasehold extension
    Dawnr
    Have 60 years left on lease. Freeholder is saying they will not confirm price for renewing lease due to me not meeting the lease requirements which state that every 20 years the court yard should be re-ashpelted. To date this has not been done. Can freeholder refuse on this basis?
    23-01-2019, 18:41 PM
  • forest777
    Prescribed information requited if deposit transferred to a different name with DPS?
    forest777
    HI all,

    Panicking a little bit.

    When our tenant( who left a few months ago) entered into the tenancy in 2015, the letting agent registered the deposit with the DPS and issued prescribed information. The tenancy went onto a rolling periodic tenancy a year later and we paid the...
    23-01-2019, 17:19 PM
  • Maria_smith11
    Tenant Checks
    Maria_smith11
    Hello there

    I’m moving out of a flat I own and would like to rent it out on a long term AST to a professional working tenant.
    What information should I request from interested tenants.
    I want to be assured that they will be good rent paying tenants living in my accommodation....
    23-01-2019, 16:49 PM
  • Dave N
    Ll wants to photograph property (including my possessions) for "Marketing purpses"
    Dave N
    Received notice from landlord stating "we will be accessing your flat on xx/xx/xx to take photographs for Marketing purposes. Please make sure room is clean and tidy"
    I have an AST, am a tenant in good standing for 5+years. When I wrote "I am concerned about this, who are you marketing...
    23-01-2019, 16:08 PM
  • 4432Paula
    Ending a joint tenancy (plus more!)
    4432Paula
    Hi guys, looking for a bit of advice about a joint tenancy and the return of a deposit.

    I moved into a house with a girl I knew back last February, she already lived there and her housemate was moving out. CJ Hole advised me to give my deposit to the guy who was moving out, and it said...
    23-01-2019, 16:02 PM
  • Itj
    tax on short term let
    Itj
    I’m doing my 17/18 self assessment. I have 3 houses I rent out and happy about declaring income from them. However, I have let my main residence for a couple of months this year as a Short Term Let. Do I add the income and expenses to the other 3 houses or can I treat my home short let separately...
    23-01-2019, 15:57 PM
  • Affinity
    Insurance question
    Affinity
    Here is the scenario:
    Three flats in a building, sharing equally (1/3 each) the cost of building insurance.
    One of the flats is currently unoccupied because of imminent building work. The building works have been delayed. The insurance is £200 more expensive because of the flat being...
    23-01-2019, 15:46 PM
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