Landlord keeping half of garden and only parking space

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    #16
    Originally posted by JayJohnson View Post
    Hmm!! So after all of this it seems their hands are tied if they want to stay in the property and the landlord can change the goalposts without any repercussions if the tenant isn't in a situation to move again! Surely the landlord should have informed the agent as to what wasn't included etc at the beginning so the tenants could have made an informed choice?
    Doesn't seem right that the tenants have been left exposed like this when they didn't know there was a boundary issue until they moved in!
    It's not a boundary issue unless the extent of the rental property is unclear on the title plan(s).

    Assuming it is clear, then the plan will show either that the garden/parking is included with the flat, or it isn't. This needs to be established first.

    Your friends are exposed to eviction after the end of the fixed regardless of whether they make a fuss or not. The LL may wish to regain possession for any number of reasons.

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