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    the landlord is trying to claim on the deposit for a cost during tenancy, for what was meant to be cutting of his trees.
    Of course! Landlord should also pay for cutting of his grass, cleaning of his windows, and hoovering of his carpet, shouldn't he? (sarc)

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      Unfortunately the rouge leaseholder I am referring to has a history of converting his one bedroom flat into two separate flats without the freeholders permission
      But is he also a Rouge Landlord?

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        Combining two flats to form an HMO
        I tried.

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          He allowed us to put our staff in there but he won't give us the keys
          You mean he's locked them in?

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            Hi all you cleaver people
            Answer my question, chop chop...
            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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              if you have complained about damp and workmen are refused access, then the Landlord CAN be ostracized for not getting the work done.
              I think I'd be happy if that particular tenant ostracized me.

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                Do tents even have keys?

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                  Business is run from the premises sand
                  Donkeys on the beach?

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                    ........and I thought it would be a god idea to be prepared or if....
                    Praise be! Start praying now!
                    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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                      Another question is that the literature (/dogs dinner) provided states that the rent cannot be more than the amount offered by the council and that 'no shortfall of rent is allowed under this scheme', although the rent being asked is more than £1149/month and the tenant will be able to make up the shortfall from her maternity pay (she is on mat. leave).
                      If the council are also providing dog food, will they cover any damage the dog causes?

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                        Property is insecure
                        Well, we all doubt ourselves from time to time.

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                          So when this "gentleman"... starts using it as his principle home
                          If he's got principles, you should be fine. I'd be worried about what he does when he's not at home.

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                            I think you then need to get an Apostille confirming the notarisation.
                            For a minute there I thought you meant one of Jesus's mates, until I googled Apostille.

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                              tax payable above your personnel allowance
                              I didn't realise HMRC now allowed you to employ staff tax free!

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                                Scummy landlords are scummy and need brining in line. Scummy tenants are scummy and need brining in line.
                                Very specific preserving instructions...
                                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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