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    You should definitely have cleaned up your pet's deposits, surely?

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      Creeper from flat below
      There's not a lot worse than a creepy neighbour.

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        I have found over 50+ silverfish within my premises, which have put a strain on my mental health
        Crikey. I must be completely bonkers then. My house has had them since I've lived here.

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          They took 6months managing fees starking in may.
          Bare ***ed cheek.

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            Originally posted by JK0 View Post
            Crikey. I must be completely bonkers then.
            Saying nothing...
            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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              I can't imagine why fellow landlords indulge the people posting threads like this. Mischief?
              Hi, me again. I got thinking about my deposit so looked up the PI requirements and I'm not sure if my landlord fulfilled them properly. It was put into DPS custodial in June 2017. I didn't receive a certificate from the landlord or any terms and conditions, should I have? Thanks

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                somebody said that my agent could be lying to me that certainly isn't the case
                Because agents never lie. (sarc)

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                  Originally posted by loanarranger View Post
                  Here is a brief definition of what constitutes a household under the Housing Act 2004

                  Under the Housing Act 2004, a household comprises:
                  • a single person
                  • co-habiting couples (whether or not of the opposite sex)
                  • a family (including foster children and children being cared for) and current domestic employees.
                  From discussions with one particular council it is quite clear that they take a different view but once challenged admit that they might indeed be mistaken and encourage landlords to make contact in order that the matter can be fully appraised.
                  Oh, well there's the answer...

                  You can have as many lodgers as you like, as long as you say you are 'fostering' them.

                  If anyone points out they look a bit old to be foster children, simply say they are child migrants.

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                    has the buy to let ship sailed?
                    Houseboat rental?

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                      JKO How to make me laugh first thing in the morning , it takes me back to my early days when people visited and were referred to as your uncle or aunt , never ever knew one could have so many but seldom materialised again particularly at christmas and birthday !! Was it Charles dickens who said "The law is an ass"

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                        LHA - How to get tenants
                        22-08-2018, 11:13 AM
                        Hi, I've never rented to LHA tenants before, so where do I begin? Where do I start?
                        Place an advert stating in bold;

                        "Strictly No LHA, No DSS, No DHSS, No DWP, No HB, No UC, No benefits, Working tenants only".

                        Put down your personal contact details.

                        You'll get dozens of enquiries asking if you take on LHA.

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                          Originally posted by jpkeates View Post
                          Rent is often not pain on the due date
                          Certain tenants think that paying any rent at all is a pain.

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                            Originally posted by davett View Post
                            I'd fear for my partner's safety and my possessions if any member of 11 other households could drop down out of the loft access at any moment!

                            Originally posted by jpkeates View Post
                            Broadly speaking, the landlord is responsible for keeping vermin out of the property.
                            Crikey. Are the neighbours that bad?

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                              I'm looking at buying another buy to let but one of my houses which has the same tenant of 8 years is now on periodic .I can not find it

                              Did you not go to see it before you bought it? Maybe google the address.

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                                Do you believe in Santa Claws?
                                Setting the cat among the prelates?
                                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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