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  • mind the gap
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    Originally posted by katrinahale View Post
    Dont know yet tenant too scared to ask cat there as a fugitive !
    Some tenants offer to pay an increased tenancy deposit to cover ...well, the pet's deposits.

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  • jeffrey
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    Cat burglar? Cat o' Nine Tails? Ask for politicat asylum.

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  • katrinahale
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    Dont know yet tenant too scared to ask cat there as a fugitive !

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  • jeffrey
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    So, again, what's the problem here? Is L objecting to the cat's presence?

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  • katrinahale
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    Thankyou for all your help I let tenants have pets as they are part of life obviously within reason you cant have 9 dogs in a flat !!!
    But im talking about 1 very small burmese (cat house trained) and the tenant is quite willing to repair any damage caused although the cat has never damaged anything in the past.

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  • mind the gap
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    Originally posted by jeffrey View Post
    Then, assuming that the letting is an AST/SAT, L could serve T with a s.8 Notice on ground 12 (breach of non-rent obligation of Tenancy Agreement).
    ...which may or may not result in a possession order. It will depend on how sympathetic the judge is. If the judge is a 'dog' man, the application may fail. I think (depending on the wording of the prohibitory clause), the LL may need to prove that consent was reasonably withheld.

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  • jeffrey
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    Originally posted by katrinahale View Post
    I understand thankyou but what if landlord unhappy (im not this persons landlord)
    Then, assuming that the letting is an AST/SAT, L could serve T with a s.8 Notice on ground 12 (breach of non-rent obligation of Tenancy Agreement).

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  • katrinahale
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    I understand thankyou but what if landlord unhappy (im not this persons landlord)

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  • jeffrey
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    Originally posted by katrinahale View Post
    I am a landlord and dont mind pets but on this occasion I am enquiring on behalf of a friend who is the tenant
    OK. The only person who can enforce T's obligations is L If L's happy, T is safe (as is T's pet).

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  • katrinahale
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    I am a landlord and dont mind pets but on this occasion I am enquiring on behalf of a friend who is the tenant

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  • jeffrey
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    Originally posted by mind the gap View Post
    Katrinahale, do you mind the T having a pet?
    Yes. OP asked about 'consequences' but it's she who has to decide them!

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  • mind the gap
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    Originally posted by Ann.C View Post
    My tenant's tenancy agreement says no pets but that is because the home was previously my own home and I have a son who is extremely allergic to animal hair. However, 2 months after moving in my tenants got a dog and my Letting Agent told me there was nothing I could do about it, as a Court would consider my objection unreasonable.
    Katrinahale, do you mind the T having a pet?

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  • jeffrey
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    Originally posted by katrinahale View Post
    It would be a house on an ast the agreement just says not to keep animals. But the tenant always pays on time and never causes any trouble.
    Are you L?

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  • Ann.C
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    Pets

    My tenant's tenancy agreement says no pets but that is because the home was previously my own home and I have a son who is extremely allergic to animal hair. However, 2 months after moving in my tenants got a dog and my Letting Agent told me there was nothing I could do about it, as a Court would consider my objection unreasonable.

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  • katrinahale
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    It would be a house on an ast the agreement just says not to keep animals. But the tenant always pays on time and never causes any trouble.

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