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AndrewDod
AndrewDod
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Last Activity: 29-05-2019, 11:44 AM
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  • I suspect if you surveyed the general population of owners of houses (where they are in control), the frequency of cleaning (95th and 5th centiles) would range from 10 weeks to never.

    2 weeks seems rather short. If it is costing you a lot, suggest you get their statement in writing, and...
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  • Yes but that presumes the nature of the tenancy. The OP described it as multi-tenant, and hasn't reverted to us to clarify.

    Second the OP initially referred to "boxes of the landlords stuff", but then later to "ironing boards, hoovers etc". There is no law that says...
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  • AndrewDod
    replied to Is this legal?
    If your son (not an owner) is living there with two other people and without a tenancy agreement (and not paying rent himself), it is going to be a stretch to convince anyone that his co-habitants are in fact lodgers. That will cause endless potential grief.

    I suggest either making your...
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  • AndrewDod
    replied to Capital gains tax and tax credits
    It sounds as if you don't understand CGT. It has nothing at all to do with your rental income or loss and cannot be offset by that (or your lack of general income). PPR has to do with when you lived there, not when it was empty. Some actual numbers would be useful. When did you live there (exact dates),...
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  • Is this a joint tenancy - in other words do you each have your own tenancy agreement - or are you all signatories on the same agreement for the same duration and jointly responsible for a total amount of rent? Do you have an allocated room?
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  • Quite. There is a loss of amenity but that loss is negligible given the expected use. And the time scale OP is expecting a response before threatening to stop paying money he is due to pay is ludicrous. It has nothing at all to do with "environmental health". OP should perhaps get back to...
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  • The whole idea of a tenant reference being a "pass" or a "fail" is a complete nonsense.

    How much money do they have in the bank? What do the references actually say (if you got any)? Do they work? What did they say when you saw them with your own eyes?

    Choosing...
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  • This is all highly confusing.

    There is a lease -- why is it void???

    I cannot imagine that a lease (the contract) simply becomes void if the freeholder becomes bankrupt (or ceases to exist in some form) and if the thing they owned becomes owned by anyone or anything. If that...
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