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    Hello

    If a property is sold with tenants, is it possible to take them out?
    Yeah, but you'll be done for murder.

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      Not at any times without the licence in writing of the Lessor first obtained nor except (if such licence shall be granted) in accordance with plans and specifications previously approved by the Lessor an to the Lessor's reasonable satisfaction to make any alterations or apture in the plan external construction hight walls timbers elevations or architectural appearance thereof nor to cut or remove the main walls or timbers of the Demised Premises nor to do or suffer in or upon the Demised Premises any wilful or voluntary waste or spoil nor to carry out or permit to be carried out any alterations or additions to or disconnections from the general plumbing system and/or any conduits connected thereto nor to remove any of the Lessor's fixtures and

      The above is the only clause where electricity/wiring is mentioned as far as the Lessee's covenant is concerned.
      No, it mentions plumbing!

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        I would be asking the plumbing why the pressure keeps dropping
        Would that be a voicepipe?

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          Carpet Damage Zero Deposit Guarantee
          Ah, if only there was someone who could guarantee zero damage or deposits, on your carpet.

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            Don't keep putting sushi down it then, surely?

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              https://forums.landlordzone.co.uk/fo...-is-this-legal

              (Yeah. But no. But, yeah, but no but yeah.)

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                Schedule 18 Part !! of the Rent Act 1977
                That most be a good part to deserve the double exclamation.

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                  A lot of tenants have practical skills that are going to waste while they are renting.
                  My tenant's aren't, unfortunately. https://forums.landlordzone.co.uk/fo...is-a-handy-man

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                    The whole review-based system is not geared for someone libelled to pursue the matter
                    They could always try to sue for defamation of character.

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