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    #31
    This link doesn't work I'm afraid

    https://ebusiness.voa.gov.uk/err/Sea...isterForm.aspx

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      #32
      Originally posted by Hnev View Post
      Should do,try this https://ebusiness.voa.gov.uk/err/

      then put your full postcode in and click Find


      Does it show your name and address and how much your rent is ?
      Fed up with nitpickers and rivet counters...

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        #33
        From Kahlon v Isherwood
        http://www.bailii.org/ew/cases/EWCA/Civ/2011/602.html

        Lord Justice Patten said:
        The change from an assured tenancy to an assured
        shorthold tenancy has therefore serious consequences for the tenant and the 1988
        Act contains specific provisions designed to ensure that the tenant has been put
        on notice of what those consequences are. In the case of assured shorthold
        tenancies granted before 28 February 1997, s.20 HA 1988 required
        the landlord to serve on the tenant a notice in prescribed form before the
        tenancy was entered into stating that the assured tenancy was to be an assured
        shorthold tenancy. Section 20(3) also prohibited the grant of an assured
        shorthold tenancy by an existing landlord to an existing tenant where the
        existing tenancy was an assured tenancy
        .
        So the AST you were made to sign was not an AST, it can not have been because for your landlord to have granted an AST would have been unlawful.[/LIST]

        Just because you write 'Assured Shorthold Tenancy' on a piece of paper does not make it an assured shorthold tenancy. The law dictates what sort of tenancy this is. If you wrote 'Magic' on a tin of beans, would that make them magic beans? Of course not!

        If you would like to stay in the home on a rental basis, or you would like to buy it at a considerable discount, then I strongly urge you to seek specialist legal advice. An average 'high street' solicitor won't specialise in landlord and tenant law so you will need a specialist - Painsmith is one, but there are many others.

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          #34
          Originally posted by 45002 View Post
          Should do,try this https://ebusiness.voa.gov.uk/err/

          then put your full postcode in and click Find


          Does it show your name and address and how much your rent is ?

          You don't have to tell use your personal details,just does it
          Just bumping this post up,in the hope the OP gets Email notification,we don't want to see you loose your home,as it does sound like you have a regulated tenancy !

          You don't have to tell use your personal details,just does it show your name and address and how much your rent is ? https://ebusiness.voa.gov.uk/err/
          Fed up with nitpickers and rivet counters...

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