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  • Residential Letting Questions
  • Claiming for Non protected deposit
    charliesugar
    This is posted on behalf of my cleaner who approached me for help after her last landlord failed to reply to her repeated requests for return of her deposit.
    She rented a room in a shared house in London, AST, weekly rent all paid on time. Notice given and accepted, room left neat and clean....
    27-06-2017, 13:18 PM
  • Reply to Claiming for Non protected deposit
    mariner
    [QUOTE=charliesugar;n998575]To DIY she would need to pay a £305 court fee up front ( or I would have to lend it to her!) then there is the hassle of a court date etc NWNF at least gives her the support of someone who knows what they are doing[QUOTE]

    Really?

    AFAIK
    win...
    21-07-2017, 01:01 AM
  • Help. Scam/ fraud letting
    Hayleydenice93
    Hiya

    i need some advise on my situation in regards to this flat offered to me and my partner. We viewed a flat which was in an old office block which had been converted into service apartments and then refurbished into flats.

    The agency we viewed the flats through did not want...
    20-07-2017, 20:59 PM
  • Reply to Help. Scam/ fraud letting
    mariner
    So who owns the Freehold?
    IMO there cannot be a freehold TENANCY.
    21-07-2017, 00:24 AM
  • Agent refusing to give reference until we hand in notice
    Jenny7
    Hi, hope you can offer some insight, we are looking to move rental property due to new job starting in September in a new location.
    So thankfully we've a window to shop around to find a new place.
    We've found one suitable spot but we're still looking around, the new place has asked for credit...
    17-07-2017, 12:10 PM
  • Reply to Agent refusing to give reference until we hand in notice
    MrShed
    Couldn't agree more. How shortsighted. Unless they assume a tenant would leave with no notice and no forwarding address...
    20-07-2017, 22:47 PM
  • Reply to Agent refusing to give reference until we hand in notice
    KTC
    Going back to the OP.

    This makes zero sense. Why would the LA/LL want a notice to quit from a tenant who they don't otherwise have a problem with. The longer until the tenant provide the notice, the longer the tenant is liable for rent. The notice period given now say, or given a month...
    20-07-2017, 22:46 PM
  • Discussion - GDPR and implications on landlords
    MrShed
    I've just posted something on GDPR and then wondered whether it had been discussed on here before - a quick search implies its never been mentioned.

    I thought I would raise a topic to discuss it and the implications on landlords.In effect this is a replacement of the Data Protection Act...
    20-07-2017, 15:01 PM
  • Reply to Discussion - GDPR and implications on landlords
    MrShed
    I'm not sure that calling someone's career driven information "nonsense" could be classed as anything other than an insult....
    20-07-2017, 22:41 PM
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