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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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  • JK0
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    Notice under Section 21 for pre 201 tenancies
    Your tenants must be very old.

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  • MdeB
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    Originally posted by areynolds View Post
    Letting Agent Termination Without a Contract
    So, you want them taken out but don't want to pay for it?

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  • JK0
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    Originally posted by nukecad View Post

    Freeloaders don't usually pay for anything.
    That's the point of calling freeholders 'freeloaders', isn't it?

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  • alice123
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    son buying a house (bless) found one on the cheap saying 50percent ownership - 'oooh does that mean there are other people walking about in the house as you only buy the half ??'

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  • nukecad
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    This has been recommended by a surveyor and freeloader to pay.
    Freeloaders don't usually pay for anything.

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  • jpkeates
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    Originally posted by JK0 View Post
    Yeah. Tenant claimed not to have received prescribed information, a couple of years ago. Don't you remember?
    I don't remember, but I'm sure it happened.

    So the landlord gives evidence that it was

    Interestingly, the only person I (vauguely) know who's involved in no win no fee claims tells me that they don't take no PI claims any more - the level of proof, on the balance of probabilities, tends to favour the landlord in most cases.

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  • JK0
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    Originally posted by jpkeates View Post
    If someone receives a letter claiming vast amounts and can simply respond with the evidence that the regulations were satisfied, the claim will just go into the bin.

    I have never seen a post on this or other forums from a landlord being pursued by a no win no fee operation who had actually protected the deposit and the tenant was making something up.
    Has anyone else?
    Yeah. Tenant claimed not to have received prescribed information, a couple of years ago. Don't you remember?

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  • jpkeates
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    If someone receives a letter claiming vast amounts and can simply respond with the evidence that the regulations were satisfied, the claim will just go into the bin.

    I have never seen a post on this or other forums from a landlord being pursued by a no win no fee operation who had actually protected the deposit and the tenant was making something up.
    Has anyone else?

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  • Macromia
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    Originally posted by nukecad View Post
    So no case, no win, no fee.
    If only that was how it worked.

    The reality is that, in many of these cases, the NWNF solicitors are relying on getting an 'out of court' settlement - even when their 'clients' don't have a justified claim in the first place.
    Defending against claims can cost a significant amount of time and money. Many claims are 'settled' because it is cheaper for the defendant to pay something out than to incur their own legal, and other, costs in a court case.

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  • nukecad
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    Originally posted by KeepTheFaith View Post

    Apart from the times when somebody fabricates false allegations against you!
    So no case, no win, no fee.

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  • KeepTheFaith
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    Originally posted by nukecad View Post
    Nobody likes the NWNF solicitors - But there is a very easy way to avoid them.

    If you had followed the law then nobody would be taking you to court in the first place.
    Apart from the times when somebody fabricates false allegations against you!

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  • nukecad
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    ..infortunatley there are people out there who just want to make money off us through no win no fee solicitors
    Nobody likes the NWNF solicitors - But there is a very easy way to avoid them.

    If you had followed the law then nobody would be taking you to court in the first place.

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    jta
    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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    islandgirl
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    JK0
    I bet you guys know what I mean by pilot error.

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    JK0
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    Macromia
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    Kape65
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    JK0
    'But you let me have a cat. You might have guessed the cat would pee on the floor, so it's fair wear & tear.' ...
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    jpkeates
    That's great.

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