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  • AndrewDod
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    Ahh.. I don't know Scotland or how that differs. But regardless do you not have anything which says who is responsible for insurance of the building, what happens when the roof collapses, who paints the outside?

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  • leaseholder64
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    This is in Scotland, so the legal framework is different. (They way the forum works is that can ask to see all recent threads, and, if you don't look carefully, you won't notice it is in the Scottish law part.)

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  • Essgee_sg
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    Sorry. I’m not up to speed. Who would the freeholder be? It’s not a block of flats it’s a 2 storey building just with an upper and lower flat.

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  • AndrewDod
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    It's not that kind of lease. You will have some sort of other lease between you and the freeholder (whatever that entity is). If not you have bigger problems.

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  • Essgee_sg
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    I own my property so I don’t have a lease. It’s upstairs that is the rented accommodation.

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  • AndrewDod
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    Step 1: tell us what your lease says

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  • Essgee_sg
    started a topic Soundproofing

    Soundproofing

    I live in a bottom floor flat (which I own) with one flat above. The owner recently moved out the flat above and is now renting it out long term. Before the current tennant moved in laminated flooring was put down. Now I can hear everything that goes on in the above flat. I don’t think the person is noisy just there is a lack of sound proofing and this is causing lack of sleep and disruption when trying to unwind after a hard day at work. Does the landlord for the above property have to make sure that they sound proof the flat for the comfort of others as it’s becoming unbearable?

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  • Reply to Security Deposit
    by leaseholder64
    This is not about compensation. You can only get compensation for actual losses. This is a penalty, much like a criminal court fine, except that it is handled by civil processes and the money goes to the tenant, not to the State....
    02-12-2019, 10:03 AM
  • Security Deposit
    by YEccard
    Hello everyone

    I have a question regarding the deposit protection in the UK since I am an exchange student from Germany.

    Today I received an email that my tenancy deposit is now secured by a tenancy deposit scheme. So far so good.
    Right after that, I got another email...
    25-11-2019, 17:24 PM
  • Reply to Security Deposit
    by nukecad
    If you are having to lodge multiple deposits each month then presumably you are an agent lodging them for multiple Landlords?
    In which case you are already charging the landlord for the work, so employ a part timer to do them once a week.

    Or you have a very large portfolio of your...
    02-12-2019, 05:16 AM
  • Reply to Security Deposit
    by Sandi
    If I lodged deposits weekly rather than every twenty five days I would have to spend four times as long lodging deposits.

    40 working days would have been a far more sensible time frame and allow larger landlords and agents to lodge a months batch at a time.

    I would add that...
    01-12-2019, 21:56 PM
  • Reply to Security Deposit
    by nukecad
    I believe we have been through all of this before in previous threads.

    1- If you are setting a time limit you have to set it somewhere, and a month would seem to be plenty of time.
    Wherever you set that limit there are always going to be those who leave things as late as possible...
    01-12-2019, 14:13 PM
  • Reply to Security Deposit
    by Sandi
    Two points:

    I think people who have to lodge a lot of deposits will recognise that the current system has not taken them into account. My understanding is that the Council of Letting Agents are currently advising agents to lodge deposits every 25 days. This is not working days this is actual...
    01-12-2019, 09:56 AM
  • Reply to Security Deposit
    by nukecad
    Would you like to try that excuse if you were summoned for driving 36 mph in a 30 mph zone and see how far it would get you?

    A legal limit is a legal limit, if you exceed that limit then you have broken the law and must accept the consequences if caught....
    01-12-2019, 01:36 AM
  • Reply to Security Deposit
    by mooch
    The new rules on this are very welcome news for tenants
    https://www.tcyoung.co.uk/blog/2019/...deposit-update

    Scottish Govt doing right by tenants to help them understand their rights, and encouraging them to use the (free) Tribunal service that is there to help...
    30-11-2019, 20:40 PM
  • Eviction to live in the property
    by Edin1983
    I have a property rented to tenants in Scotland for 1 year but want to move back in early.

    I want to evict on the grounds that we will be living there.

    The contract however is between our Ltd company and the tenant.

    Does this pose a problem given that the LL...
    29-11-2019, 13:52 PM
  • Reply to Eviction to live in the property
    by theartfullodger
    Welcome to LLZ

    This should have been posted in the Scottish forum:
    https://forums.landlordzone.co.uk/fo...l-legal-issues
    I will request it is if possible please be moved.

    I assume this is a PRT: If you have used other paperwork kindly let us know details thereof....
    29-11-2019, 16:08 PM
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