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    #16
    Originally posted by Grange
    To be fair, I did describe him as a sitting tenant which suggests a Rent Act 1977 tenancy.
    It suggests plenty of things, lots of people use the term sitting tenant to simply mean a tenant that occupies a property. It would be wrong to ASSUME what was meant by sitting tenant.

    Paul F was rude though...

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