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    #16
    jpkeates,

    No not split into two
    One family occupies the top floor
    ‘A’ lives in one room on the ground floor and uses 4 rooms to store furniture including the basement.

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      #17
      Originally posted by gojetters123 View Post

      Yes sitting tenant

      personal reasons-(personal family problems)


      I repeat

      gojetters123

      When did tenant "A" 1st move in or how long has he/she been living there for ?


      .....
      Thunderbirds are go

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        #18
        Originally posted by 45002 View Post



        I repeat

        gojetters123

        When did tenant "A" 1st move in or how long has he/she been living there for ?


        .....
        Property purchased with him/her as a seated tenant, as far as we are aware this person has been there for years.

        The register online shows a person with the same surname but different first name- we can’t establish the link between these two people nor can my solicitor due to ‘A’ ignoring all correspondence.

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          #19
          Originally posted by gojetters123 View Post
          The register online shows a person with the same surname but different first name- we can’t establish the link between these two people nor can my solicitor due to ‘A’ ignoring all correspondence.
          Sounds like Tenant A has been through this many times before. He knows that eventually the property will be sold on to another landlord, who will once again try to evict him.

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            #20
            Yes I agree. Unfortunately we have spent 3 years trying to evict him, I think we will have to increase rent and take it from there?

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              #21
              Originally posted by gojetters123 View Post

              Property purchased with him/her as a seated tenant, as far as we are aware this person has been there for years.

              The register online shows a person with the same surname but different first name- we can’t establish the link between these two people nor can my solicitor due to ‘A’ ignoring all correspondence.
              You purchased the property in 2008 with a tenant in place and all you can say "this person has been there for years"

              I suspect you may already know how long the tenant has beaning living there for, but for some reason you don't want to say !


              Originally posted by gojetters123 View Post
              Yes I agree. Unfortunately we have spent 3 years trying to evict him, I think we will have to increase rent and take it from there?
              See this post https://forums.landlordzone.co.uk/fo...58#post1088858

              On how to apply for a rent increase/decrease for a "Protected" Regulated Tenancy .
              Thunderbirds are go

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                #22
                People are often known by different 1st names. I'm called Phillip by most people but middle name by birth family . Could be that simple.

                Unless you can prove otherwise you're stuffed. Suggest you put it up for auction and hope some m++ buys it.

                We've all made mistakes:. I certainly have
                I am legally unqualified: If you need to rely on advice check it with a suitable authority - eg a solicitor specialising in landlord/tenant law...

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                  #23
                  Use a direct access barrister to establish the position. Andrew Lane or Liz England are both very good. Or instruct Giles Peaker at Anthony Gold Solicitors. High St solicitors are not what you need here.

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                    #24
                    45002,

                    He was born there now in his 70s, his late parents lived in the property too.

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                      #25
                      Would it be fraud (i.e. criminal) to bring a case under one tenancy type knowing full well that it is in fact a different sort of tenancy, to try and "bend" the law? What sanctions could a court bring to bear?
                      I am legally unqualified: If you need to rely on advice check it with a suitable authority - eg a solicitor specialising in landlord/tenant law...

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                        #26
                        Originally posted by Jon66 View Post
                        Use a direct access barrister to establish the position. Andrew Lane or Liz England are both very good. Or instruct Giles Peaker at Anthony Gold Solicitors. High St solicitors are not what you need here.
                        HUGE legal bill for the LL then.....

                        Originally posted by gojetters123 View Post

                        He was born there now in his 70s, his late parents lived in the property too.
                        At last............
                        Thunderbirds are go

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                          #27
                          Not really. At the moment op is floundering in the dark . . .

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                            #28
                            Rights of Succession extend beyond parent & sibling. Inform T you will serve s21 if he does not provide his relationship to previous T within 14 dqys.

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                              #29
                              So if in his late 70s I think you may have to wait until he expires.



                              Freedom at the point of zero............

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                                #30
                                how many people live upstairs? This could require an HMO licence.

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