Application to the FTT for determination of breach of covenant?

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    #31
    Macromia - we'll make an exception for you in spite of your seeming endorsement of advice to "take medication" from the previous poster. You seem willing to help so we'll be in touch with this if we need any more info... Anna, I suggest you seek help yourself if thats your attitude to serious issues that require mature responses. But please dont correspond with us any more.

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      #32
      There doesn't seem to be much point in this thread.

      The questions asked at the start have been answered, as much as they can be without seeing the clauses of the lease on which Tw1982 is relying on.
      The rest of the posts are the person who asked the questions disagreeing with the responses based on a previous success in a very similar case.
      Which makes the original questions slightly redundant.

      When I post, I am expressing an opinion - feel free to disagree, I have been wrong before.
      Please don't act on my suggestions without checking with a grown-up (ideally some kind of expert).

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        #33
        The clauses of the lease have been clearly stated here: https://forums.landlordzone.co.uk/fo...king-dog/page5

        This thread was an attempted separate enquiry regarding definitions of the FTT vs LVT etc. but clearly that was lost on the IQ of the respondents.

        Given the responses please feel free to delete it and we'll seek advice elsewhere... we wish you all the best with seeking more mature advice elsewhere...

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          #34
          To the moderators, i'd advise anyone who suggests seeking "medication" as a solution for any sort of problem serious enough to warrant joining a forum.. to block these armchair GPs... as these are very serious issues that affect peoples lives and livelihoods and such comments could throw lesser persons into somewhat of a despair. We personally have no interest in engaging with these people and are seriously disappointed at these immature responses. Equally were big enough to wish you all the best of luck with your respective problems.

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            #35
            Anyone who actually wants to read and answer the original question is welcome... otherwise, please find other means and other persons to "troll".

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              #36
              Originally posted by Tw1982 View Post
              Macromia - we'll make an exception for you in spite of your seeming endorsement of advice to "take medication" from the previous poster. You seem willing to help so we'll be in touch with this if we need any more info... Anna, I suggest you seek help yourself if thats your attitude to serious issues that require mature responses. But please dont correspond with us any more.
              Actually, the suggestion that Anna made was very reasonable (subject to proper assessment from a GP), and is what I would advise close friends and family to do if they were in a similar situation.
              Regardless of whatever other course of action you choose to take, suggesting that someone who has already said that they have seen their GP have counselling arranged for "stress and depression" that they should consider medication is not unreasonable.
              I'm not ashamed to say that I have taken antidepressants in the past.

              Considering the way that you have responded to other posters with recent comments, I don't really feel like I want to try and help further - but perhaps you didn't really mean what you posted and it was due to the stress that you are currently under?
              If so, a brief apology to other posters wouldn't hurt.

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                #37
                Macromia.. you clearly fail to see that the problem is the tenants and their insistence on locking their dog in all day to bark incessantly beneath our home.... Not the lack of medication (which is a short term, potentially harmful solution that I wouldnt advise you to advise to anyone). Medication is not a long term solution, and this is not a GPs forum but a leasehold solution forum, therefore the apology should most certainly go the other way...

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                  #38
                  Quite frankly this thread is turning into a bit of a comedy sketch that I have no doubt will be deleted by tomorrow given some of the responses...

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                    #39
                    Maybe tell us all your best "knock knock" joke.. that'll surely solve all the problems in the wordl!

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                      #40
                      Originally posted by Tw1982 View Post
                      The clauses of the lease have been clearly stated here: https://forums.landlordzone.co.uk/fo...king-dog/page5
                      That's one of the problems when you create two threads that are broadly about the same subject.
                      You can't assume everyone has read every thread prior to responding to this one.

                      This thread was an attempted separate enquiry regarding definitions of the FTT vs LVT etc. but clearly that was lost on the IQ of the respondents.
                      And that question was answered very early on.
                      Insulting the IQ of forum members is just silly.

                      Given the responses please feel free to delete it and we'll seek advice elsewhere... we wish you all the best with seeking more mature advice elsewhere...
                      You'll need to ask a moderator to do that.


                      When I post, I am expressing an opinion - feel free to disagree, I have been wrong before.
                      Please don't act on my suggestions without checking with a grown-up (ideally some kind of expert).

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                        #41
                        Moderators - please delete this thread. Its completely pointless!

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                          #42
                          Originally posted by jpkeates View Post
                          That's one of the problems when you create two threads that are broadly about the same subject.
                          You can't assume everyone has read every thread prior to responding to this one.

                          And that question was answered very early on.
                          Insulting the IQ of forum members is just silly.


                          You'll need to ask a moderator to do that.

                          I would doubt you would find many people in this world that would complain that the IQ of someone has been insulted given that a serious question has been asked, and their response was "take medication". But I have no doubt we could go on forever and write a collective thesis on this to determine the correct outcome that would surely take longer than resolving the original question asked... I really do not have time for this! We have much experience to offer on leasehold but as a result of the responses and abuse here, will sadly not be sharing with those that really require it and will instead choose another forum. Congrats!

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                            #43
                            Originally posted by Tw1982 View Post
                            Oh dear... there really are some mindless folks on here arent there. We have won the last two cases here and came on here for intelligent advice not advice on medication. very sad indeed...
                            Originally posted by Tw1982 View Post
                            ANYONE intelligent and worldly out there as opposed to trolls, willing to offer wise and worldly advice, or has this forum really deteriorated to such an extent since we last used it!?
                            Originally posted by Tw1982 View Post
                            Anyone who actually wants to read and answer the original question is welcome... otherwise, please find other means and other persons to "troll".
                            Within minutes of reporting posts in this thread this morning you start posting replies like these.

                            If you expect moderators to consider what you have reported, then don’t take action yourself by posting your own vitriolic replies.

                            Since you have such a dim view of these forums and the free advice given, and you feel that labelling people posting in this thread as ‘trolls’ is acceptable, then I think that’s fair justification to end your participation here.

                            Originally posted by Tw1982 View Post
                            Moderators - please delete this thread. Its completely pointless!
                            I disagree, it demonstrates the wrong way to deal perceived issues in a thread. Correctly raising issues with moderators, but then taking matters into you own hands to the point where your own breaches of the forum rules are totally unacceptable.
                            I also post as Mars_Mug when not moderating

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                              #44
                              I have personally been corrected properly by mods. I think they do an excellent job, even when not agreeing with me.
                              I have traditional values of courtesy but it is a public forum with a continuum recognized by mods.

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                                #45
                                Is the freeholder in a company name? At the FTT a freeholder or its directors and or managing agent would normally bring a claim for determination for breach of lease against a leaseholder. For a leaseholders to bring a claim for breach of covenant you could possibly bring a claim if you are a member on behalf of the company in your name and the company name against the company for 1. Failing to enforce its own covenants and 2.Failing to bring a breach of covenant and acting not in the best interest of all parties..this would be a county court claim to start with and would ask for court or yiur solicitor if this is in or outside FTT jurisdiction?

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