Uncle Tony's Nottingham Illegal Eviction!

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  • mind the gap
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    He looks disturbingly like former US President Richard Nixon

    Wonder who it was exactly, who ever called him 'Uncle Tony'? Makes him sound doubly-dodgy.

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  • red40
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    This sounds more like a HMO that didn't have a mandatory licence, as well as issues of breaching management regulations. The rent to be repaid would be done via the Residential Property Tribunal by means of a Rent Repayment Order.

    Seems like a nice chap, another bad landlord who gets the rest tarred with the same brush

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  • justaboutsane
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    Originally posted by mind the gap View Post
    I always said Nottingham was a dodgy place [mtg retreats behind snowdrift to avoid hail of arrows, half-eaten pork pies etc].

    I loved living in Nottingham..... I only left cos of my dodgy ex!!! The place is great... just some of the inhabitants as seen above!!!

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  • mind the gap
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    I always said Nottingham was a dodgy place [mtg retreats behind snowdrift to avoid hail of arrows, half-eaten pork pies etc].

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  • Poppy
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    Horrendous behaviour!

    I don't associate myself with someone like that. No sir!

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  • asquithea
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    Quite an alarming comment from one of the tenants involved is attached to that article.

    Apparently, there was a history of harassment behind that case of illegal eviction, leading to one of the tenants attempting suicide.

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  • Mrs Mug
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    Here's the local paper report.

    http://www.thisisnottingham.co.uk/ho...l/article.html

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  • PaulF
    started a topic Uncle Tony's Nottingham Illegal Eviction!

    Uncle Tony's Nottingham Illegal Eviction!

    Just heard on Regional TV News about a 66 years old Landlord who illegally evicted 2 students by changing the locks to their rented premises.

    At Nottingham Crown Court today the result was that LL was fined £14,000 and ordered to repay all the rent he had collected from them of £37,000. He also received a 4 months suspended prison sentence. The premises were also considered to be in a dilapidated condition.

    Just in case any LL out there who is perhaps thinking along these lines, it just goes to show just how expensive new locks are these days!

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