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    Filling N5b but Tenant has seperated from partner

    Hi guys!

    My tenants rented the property from me in aug 2010 as a couple so i put both their names on the tenancy agreement and have renewed the agreement every 6 months. in aug 2011, the tenant advised that she had seperated from her partner, so i only put her name on the agreement from then on.

    I have served a section 21 on the 15/10/2012 which expired 16/12/2012 and now I am filling in the N5B form but got a little stuck. The section 21 was addressed to only the tenant living there.

    Now filling in the N5B form, do i write my aug 2010 tenancy agreement as the first? or aug 2011? also the tenant gave a deposit in the form of a council scheme, so i never received any cash; but how do i write that on the N5B form?

    Thanks for your help in advance!

    #2
    The first tenancy agreement for this tenancy is the 1st one in the name of the female only. The earlier male/female agreements were a different tenancy.

    I presume the deposit was a kind of guarantee? If so, it doesn't need mentioning on the n5b.

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      #3
      Originally posted by Snorkerz View Post
      The earlier male/female agreements were a different tenancy.
      More importantly, a different "tenant".
      Allow tenants to protect their own deposits. I want free money when they do it wrong

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        #4
        Originally posted by thesaint View Post
        More importantly, a different "tenant".
        Agreed ...

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          #5
          Thanks guys!

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