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    My tenancy agreement states I have to leave the property in 'the sane state..
    You'd have to be mad not to.

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      The Covenant of Quite Enjoyment
      I've had relationships like that...
      I am legally unqualified: If you need to rely on advice check it with a suitable authority - eg a solicitor specialising in landlord/tenant law...

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        The original mail stamp - We were un able to deliver this item because "Not Called For"? What does this meant
        not called for
        Popularity: Bottom 10% of words
        Definition of not called for

        : not appropriate <His rude behavior was not called for.>

        Tenant thought section 8 notice to be 'not appropriate'?

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          IANAL
          Do you now? Is landlordzone the place to be discussing your sexual habits?

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            Also I will be increasingly weary of renting to DSS tenants from now on.
            Many a true word?

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              She is having few diffident identities
              Not shy about it though?

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                the Landlord has been, in my opinion, exceptionally petit
                Dwarfism?

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                  Worse, as I was cleaning, the vacuum cleaner split open and the contents of the bag spilled on the floor revealing an absolutely disgusting bag full of dirt with bugs crawling all over the floor. It seems like the previous tenant didn't bother changing the bags.
                  Seems like the present tenant didn't bother, either.

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                    What is the point of an agreement if it cannot be enforced?
                    I often wonder the same thing.

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                      Deacons quotations
                      I thought this thread was going to be about things said by vicars.

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                        One of my own posts here, that I realised is rather ironic in view of one of my own properties:

                        Originally posted by JK0 View Post
                        How much repairing can a basin require?

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                          my daughter and boyfriend have been in a rented property for 6 months
                          Aren't you worried your boyfriend might prefer your daughter?

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                            The legally enforceable process is all irreverent
                            It sounds more fun than usual...

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                              Could I not get the rent payment and self assessment in my name to avoid less tax?
                              Very public spirited, most people want to pay less tax.
                              When I post, I am expressing an opinion - feel free to disagree, I have been wrong before.
                              Please don't act on my suggestions without checking with a grown-up (ideally some kind of expert).

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                                ...shrew investors are always looking for an edge...
                                Would that be a small investment? Or a small investor?

                                Maybe a pet shop owner?
                                A BTL landlady with a sharp tongue?

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