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  • JK0
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    The who deposit protection scheme was set up so as rouge landlords and agents could not tenants damage deposit as they use to in the past and runaway with them.
    Those rouge landlords doing naughty things again.

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  • JK0
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    it will increase the cost to landlords of copping and changing tenants
    Definitely increases the cost of copping them. Just let my first flat in Reading over £1000 pcm yesterday. Happy days.

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  • JK0
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    Ideally, increase the rent, not the deposit
    I think we'd all like to do that, wouldn't we?

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  • JK0
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    Landlord fined for allowing tenants to live with rats
    All the more reason not to allow pets?

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  • jpkeates
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    So true
    So true

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  • JK0
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    Owning multiple falts
    You are brave to come out and admit it. I think it's spelt 'faults' though, isn't it?

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  • JK0
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    formally requested a pow wow with all parties to see if meditation can bring this to an end.
    Not sure if thinking about the problem will help much.

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  • JK0
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    • Rental properties should have modern facilities and services and be lacking in no more than two of the following:
    • a modern kitchen (20 years old or less)
    • a kitchen with adequate space and layout
    • a modern bathroom (30 years old or less)
    • an appropriately located bathroom and lavatory
    • adequate insulation from external noise (if external noise is a problem)
    • adequate size and layout of common areas for blocks of flats.
    • Rental properties should also provide a reasonable degree of thermal comfort – the accommodation must have both effective insulation and efficient heating.
    • The external structure and also external areas – including roofs and fences – should also be well maintained and safe. Windows and doors must also be secure and operational (eg can be opened and shut securely).
    • Plumbing and heating should also be well maintained with smoke alarms and carbon monoxide alarms fitted and regular Gas Safe checks carried out.
    • Damage to belongings (eg mildew, water damage)
    • Illness or injury (eg caused by damp or CO poisoning)
    • Inconvenience (eg resulting from not being able to use your home fully)
    • Stress (eg depression, worry, anxiety).
    I'd say you definitely don't want more than two of those.

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  • Wainwright
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    [QUOTE=In terms of damage, say for example they breAk down the walls, cut the joists to the first floor , rip sealing down , etc etc, can the police Assist with this.... [/QUOTE]

    I'd imagine chances of them being found alive under all that rubble are fairly slim, anyway so it's all academic!

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  • JK0
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    I own a block of flats with DSS tenants. Police knocked down wrong flat door and then sent bill
    Wasn't this problem self inflicted?

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  • JK0
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    I am suing former doggy landlord
    Did you not smell a rat when there were paw prints on the tenancy agreement instead of signatures?

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  • KeepTheFaith
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    If Mrs T is claiming any benefits, having Mr T live with her might affect her claim.
    I pity the fool that would mess with Mr T! 🙂

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  • JK0
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    Pleased to hear it. Even if he is awkward old beggar.

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  • JK0
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    https://forums.landlordzone.co.uk/fo...mage-and-evict

    I guess it's not so wise to let with 'LetWise'

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  • nukecad
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    ... unable to have a movable joist ...
    That doesn't sound like a good idea anyway.

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    It seems to me there is a lot of unconscious humour here, the latest one for me is...........



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    JK0
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