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  • landlord-man
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    In my defence, 3 out of 6 respondents also believe the contents to be somewhat "astonishing" lol.

    AND with credit to the ones who haven't, they're the ones who will give up their time to answer ALL questions if they feel they can share knowledge - no matter how absurd some of the threads start out on here lately.

    Personally, if I can share experience and my limited knowledge (or even just my opinion) then I'm more than happy to share it - but I don't have time for idiots making up nonsense.

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  • jpkeates
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    Originally posted by Wandapast View Post
    As previously stated landlord-man your input is not necessary, unhelpful and rude. Please now leave me alone.
    I'm sorry, but that's not how it works.
    You've asked for free advice on a public forum and people are free to respond unless it breaks the rules of the site.

    If you want input that won't be unneccessary, unhelpful or rude, you probably need to pay for it.

    For the record, nothing that Landlord-man posted was unhelpful, and, while tone is hard to judge when all we have are the words, I read his posts as more incredulous than rude.

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  • Wandapast
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    As previously stated landlord-man your input is not necessary, unhelpful and rude. Please now leave me alone.

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  • AndrewDod
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    A firm offer to disinherit her might sharpen minds (or to have her as beneficiary if gets rid of boyfriend and has some clean drugs tests).

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  • landlord-man
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    Im not repeatedly asking for advice and then ignoring those whove taken the time to help - only to ask again and again.

    Thank You isnt hard.

    Do I need to be courtious? When presented with someone wasting peoples time then No.

    The OP has even posted further details which are hard to believe - i know, I will
    let a lot to homeless people in a bad residential area, what could possibly go wrong.

    The OP should have changed her business model years ago if this was real.

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  • theartfullodger
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    Originally posted by landlord-man View Post
    Perhaps just a little Courtesy ...................
    Pot, Kettle... ??

    Best wishes to all.

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  • Wandapast
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    Thanks for those who replied. I didn't come on this site for abuse. I get enough of that from my daughter. My posts are true events. I let a lot to homeless people in a bad residential area. I have my fair share of very good and very bad tenants. Thankfully most of my tenants have been my tenants for years. It's only the nightmare ones I have asked for help with on here. I will look for a specialist eviction company as suggested. Thanks artfulldodger. Landlord-man will you leave me alone? As I said if you haven't got anything good to say don't bother saying anything. You are just nasty.

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  • Hudson01
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    Originally posted by landlord-man View Post

    Really? You have made a total of FIVE POSTS IN 11 YEARS

    In 2010 you posted about a tenant in debt - you didnt bother responding to the help given

    In 2015, you had an alleged "3 times rapist" for a tenant - you didnt bother responding to the help given

    In 2019, you had an alcoholic tenant - you didnt bother responding to the help given

    Now, your "daughter" is suddenly out of control too and you want help again.


    I will give you the best advice anyone can - SELL THE PROPERTY !!!
    To be fair that is a compelling catalogue of evidence....... if genuine then as said above seek a specialist eviction firm (there are some links on this site) and when evicted sell the property, you are simply not up to being a LL.

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  • landlord-man
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    Perhaps just a little Courtesy toward those taking the time to help her would be a start.



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  • DPT57
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    As above, you need professional legal help. This is a complex case and you are out of your depth. Make sure you use a specialist housing solicitor.

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  • theartfullodger
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    Afaik there is no requirement on this forum to respond to advice or info.

    I have seen no evidence OP is not genuine.

    Best wishes to all.

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  • landlord-man
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    Originally posted by Wandapast View Post
    Landlord-man. Don't be so nasty. My family have been through enough with the suicide of my son in law. If you can't offer constructive advice don't reply at all. This is a genuine worry for me. As you suggested you are probably better off watching TV rather than being nasty to other members of this forum !
    Really? You have made a total of FIVE POSTS IN 11 YEARS

    In 2010 you posted about a tenant in debt - you didnt bother responding to the help given

    In 2015, you had an alleged "3 times rapist" for a tenant - you didnt bother responding to the help given

    In 2019, you had an alcoholic tenant - you didnt bother responding to the help given

    Now, your "daughter" is suddenly out of control too and you want help again.


    I will give you the best advice anyone can - SELL THE PROPERTY !!!

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  • jpkeates
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    Start by putting the rent up.
    The tenant will either get the message and start to pay a more reasonable amount or will (more likely) start to accumulate debt, which will allow you to regain possession on that basis.

    Your section 21 notice will not be valid if there was no EPC or Gas Safety Certificate when you served it.

    I would retain the services of a professional eviction company rather than use a solicitor.

    I am not sure that letting property is your best choice of business activity.

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  • Wandapast
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    Landlord-man. Don't be so nasty. My family have been through enough with the suicide of my son in law. If you can't offer constructive advice don't reply at all. This is a genuine worry for me. As you suggested you are probably better off watching TV rather than being nasty to other members of this forum !

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  • ash72
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    Tell her to start a cannabis farm in the property, that way she earns money, can smoke for free on her own supply, and the damage would be minimal on the current condition.

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