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  • Reply to Help required from renter
    by Bennu
    royw , I can access my landlady’s home. Which is good as there has been quite a few times I have had to help her after falling. If her son does decide to proceed with the rent increase I will be outlining the benefits of my rent remaining and the risk a new tenant could potentially bring. I have also...
    30-05-2020, 13:11 PM
  • Help required from renter
    by Bennu
    I am hoping that someone can help.

    I have lived in a top floor flat above my landlady/landlord for 7 years. I do not share any facilities (my flat has a bedroom, bathroom, kitchen, living room). There is a lock on the door to my flat.

    Since my landlord passed away (3 years...
    30-05-2020, 11:30 AM
  • Reply to Help required from renter
    by royw
    Do you have direct access to the rest of the landlady's home from the hall or does she have a locked door? If the former given LLs vulnerable state it would put her at risk if they let it to a stranger. Might be worth slipping it into the conversation with daughter who seems to be rather more concerned...
    30-05-2020, 12:58 PM
  • Reply to Signing tenancy agreement in advance and handover of keys
    by bengal
    Thanks DPT57 - Property is empty so no risk of existing t not leaving....
    30-05-2020, 12:54 PM
  • Signing tenancy agreement in advance and handover of keys
    by bengal
    How soon in advance of tenancy can the agreement be signed? in this case it would be around 4 weeks in advance of tenancy start date.
    Is signing of agreement in advance a good alternative to a holding deposit? (in that it gives more certainty to the tenant?)
    When should keys be handed over...
    30-05-2020, 12:21 PM
  • Reply to Break Clause Notice
    by danielson81
    Apart from the bit I posted, the other relevant bits are:

    Note for Tenants
    This tenancy agreement is a legal and binding contract and the Tenant is responsible for payment of the
    rent for the entire agreed term. The agreement may not be terminated early unless the agreement
    ...
    30-05-2020, 12:49 PM
  • Break Clause Notice
    by danielson81
    Hi, sorry if this is a stupid question.

    My tenancy agreement has a break clause in it, as I took over from the existing tenants I basically have the remainder of their tenancy term plus 12 months.

    Does the text below, mean I can give notice from the 18th June and move out by...
    30-05-2020, 08:41 AM
  • Reply to Help required from renter
    by Bennu
    I would be refusing the increase as I have been helping my landlady out for several years, and not requested payment. This enables a saving of around £150-200 per month to them. It would also be disrespectful as he has recently requested further help from me at the same time as potentially raising...
    30-05-2020, 12:47 PM
  • Reply to Signing tenancy agreement in advance and handover of keys
    by DPT57
    If you sign 4 weeks in advance and something happens in the interim, such as the existing tenant not leaving or a problem with the property, then you are contractually bound to provide accommodation for the tenants and may have to pay for them to stay in b&b until its available.
    30-05-2020, 12:47 PM
  • Reply to Signing tenancy agreement in advance and handover of keys
    by bengal
    Thanks, but am I right to believe there's no reason not to sign 4 weeks in advance, then keys handed over on tenancy start date?...
    30-05-2020, 12:44 PM
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