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    Form N5b

    Hi, having read other posts about completing form N5b, filling it in accurately sounds like walking through a minefield. I'd be very grateful if anyone could recommend a good online guide, or is this a situation where members would advise getting a solicitor to complete the form? Any feedback will be most appreciated. Thanks.

    #2
    Why don't you pay a specialist company to do everything for you up to the point where tenant is evicted? It would be cheaper than employing a solicitor. I do not know the name of any such company but I am sure someone here does. I have been doing Landloring for 25 years and still cannot get the hang of notices, dates etc. Don't do it yourself.

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      #3
      The form is very easy, just list each question you are not sure about in this thread, and you will have it answered.
      Allow tenants to protect their own deposits. I want free money when they do it wrong

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        #4
        Ooh, conflicting answers - interesting. Thanks for your replies, I'm thinking about them.

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          #5
          If it is a simple case, e.g. a s.21 notice with deposit all OK, then it is simple enough to DIY. A bit of homework and learning the first time and you're set.
          For trickier scenarios it may be better to use a solicitor/specialist.

          It's like for your car: You can bring it to the garage for every single problem or you can learn to deal with the simple ones yourself. Think of it as a life skill.

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            #6
            Thanks, jjlandlord. It is simple with all the deposit details attended to, so I think I'll give it a go.

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