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    #31
    Originally posted by Hudson01 View Post
    as a LL you do not have to declare anything when it is sold as YOU have not had a logged dispute with the neighbour, the next owner may get alone very nicely with the neighbour.
    the TA6 form asks 'Have there been any disputes or complaints regarding this property'.
    The guidance specifically mentions that you don't need to declare disputes that date from before your ownership. It does not state, or even imply, that you don't need to declare disputes that involved someone else while you were the owner.



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      #32
      Whether you help your tenant or not that strange neighbour would continue to frustrate everything which will be beneficial to your property probably due to wanting utmost silence which isn’t available above the ground but possibly underneath to it. Given the dramatic rise in stabbing/shooting crimes your neighbour is super lucky as otherwise his family member (if any) might have been processing his/her will by now. On a brighter side for your tenant, the neighbour’s belligerence might help them in securing some council housing. I do not think that tenant request for help will be ignored because there are children involved. Also, no harm in approaching the neighbour’s GP who then advise his patient that his stress is his own induced/imposed and just try to live a normal human.

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        #33
        Originally posted by Ted.E.Bear View Post
        the TA6 form asks 'Have there been any disputes or complaints regarding this property'.
        The guidance specifically mentions that you don't need to declare disputes that date from before your ownership. It does not state, or even imply, that you don't need to declare disputes that involved someone else while you were the owner.


        But as we have always said on this and other forums, we are not the guardians or carers for our tenants, if the tenant had not informed the LL then how could the LL know anything about it and then have the information to '' declare '' it when sale time comes..... plausible deniability is the key here. All the LL has to do is exactly...........nothing, no calls to anyone, no acknowledgment of any kind that they are aware of the dispute.

        Some tenants do not inform the LL as they don't want to hassle them and they understand it has nothing to do with the LL.

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