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    Once every few threads, the forum page showing the current topics don't display correctly for a particular thread.

    See Residential Letting Questions for example. The thread "Problematic tenants in breach of contract" is currently top, which is correct in terms of activity, but it says there are "1 response" only when there's at 8 at the time I'm typing this.

    It doesn't matter how many extra reply there may be, it will remains showing as only 1 response, and if you're logged in and have read the thread at one point, it will not mark it as unread even if there are new responses.

    This bug is seemingly getting more frequent, and it's really annonying. Can this be fixed please?
    I am not a lawyer, nor am I licensed to provide any regulated advice. None of my posts should be treated as legal or financial advice.

    I see this problem as well.


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      Time for change
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      25-01-2018, 23:35 PM
    • Reply to Unite to change landlord rights
      Time for change
      It just appears to me that decent tenants and decent landlords get screwed over. Yet anyone who is a nightmare seems to get away with it. Where is the middle ground. I get what you are saying, MPs are useless,and the system is only interested in getting more money for themselves,but surely thing's only...
      27-01-2018, 00:02 AM
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      He is too busy with his work so relies on me to get the answers...
      26-01-2018, 16:27 PM
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      Are you his financial adviser, solicitor, letting agent? Why can't/won't he ask this simple question himself?
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      Being a Landlord is on par with being a social pariah, I hardly ever mention to anyone that I own a second property that I let.
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      26-01-2018, 09:11 AM
    • Reply to Unite to change landlord rights
      Because muddy water is best left to clear by leaving it alone. And because you can't fight idiots who don't care about facts and about evidence.

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      Of course I don't blame the moderators. I posted here partly to vent sure, but also partly to see if the admin / operator of the forum can either relax it a bit or put in more fine grain spam control to not catch innocent posts while still keeping the spam out.
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