Deposit - Tenant Fees Act 2019

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    #31
    Originally posted by jpkeates View Post
    If the tenancy is periodic, that might be one whole shedload of individual monthly tenancies.
    A periodic tenancy is a single tenancy.

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      imjustbait
      i have been given 14 days notice -

      i asked my friend for help and to sort things out if possible, as he works in lettings etc -

      he said to be this is a licensee contract not an (AST) one - (i didnt know)


      basically, i want to know what rights i have to...
      07-02-2019, 20:58 PM
    • Reply to licensee vs tenant
      islandgirl
      I have had tenants that spent the benefits which should have been paying my rent in nail salons and possibly for cosmetic dentistry. Anything except pay the rent. The council has a duty to ratepayers to ensure that benefits are used for the right reasons and could not know that anything paid in advance...
      24-06-2019, 13:26 PM
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      FionaHI
      Hi

      I have issued my tenant with notice to leave the house as they did not pay rent. She lost her job and couldn't afford to live there and I was sympathetic to them re this. I have since found out that they had enough money in the bank to pay the rent but have chosen not too! They still...
      24-06-2019, 11:08 AM
    • Reply to Tenant choosing not to pay rent!
      islandgirl
      You used to be able to get the old Housing Benefit paid directly to you as LL if the tenant did not pay for 8 weeks. I did this once. The tenant was absolutely furious that I had taken away her spending money.....
      24-06-2019, 13:21 PM
    • Reply to licensee vs tenant
      imjustbait
      Possibly im coming from the angle of the council is 'supposed to help its residents tooth and nail'
      24-06-2019, 13:06 PM
    • Reply to licensee vs tenant
      jpkeates
      The response makes perfect sense.

      You've been given a discretionary award to help pay your rent. which won't be refunded.
      The 12 months is conditional on you continuing to meet the requirements of the benefit, and your situation may change, so they won't pay future installments n...
      24-06-2019, 12:39 PM
    • Reply to Tenant choosing not to pay rent!
      Hudson01
      I would take the time to ensure they had a nice CCJ to prevent them gaining credit in the future, this is the minimum i would do.
      24-06-2019, 12:27 PM
    • Reply to licensee vs tenant
      imjustbait
      So.….

      I 'implored' to the council/department who hands out awards and their response was basically: 'we wont be giving you a lump sum to pay your arrears because we don't know if you will find or get into work thereafter....' imagine that? the council is saying this...

      I...
      24-06-2019, 12:25 PM
    • Reply to Tenant choosing not to pay rent!
      FionaHI
      Thank you. I am not expecting housing to discuss the tenants situation with me however I am very tempted to let them know that they are claiming money for rent and not paying it. I shall see how it pans out...
      24-06-2019, 12:23 PM
    • Bond or No Bond?
      TMTM
      Has anyone considered not taking a bond from a tenant?

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      18-06-2019, 09:38 AM
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