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  • Just out of interest why do you want to serve notices on the T's? Why not sign them up on a new tenancy once completion has been finalised.
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  • My advice to you, is enlist a company to undertake this for you, that way you don't need to engage with the T and you lose it, and end up supporting the T's allegations or worse end up locked up.

    S21 is your best bet, fill it out correctly and re-submit giving the 2 months + 3 days notice...
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  • I would hold off on the jobs until you have possession, the Gas safety you should record the dates on the visits and that the tenant never allowed access (for your record) then when you get possession you can get it done. If you try to go in without permission it may be classed as harssment, as well...
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  • I would imagine, that as long as you make it clear from the outset that the garage is not part of the tenancy, there should not be an issue. But I would assume you still need permission from the tenant if you wanted to get anything from garage (even if your not going to through the main door).
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  • The best thing is to contact the company who you currently have the mortgage with to see what other products are available. If you keep the property in the company name then you would need to pay the market rate for rent to satisfy HMRC. Alternatively you would need to sell the property from the company...
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  • You are in a very strong position, no LL is going not forfeit the amount (can't imagine it being more than 10k), if they do then their asset, ie their house can be repossessed to pay you back. I would imagine your only option would be to enforce the judgement, since the judgement was in your favour,...
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  • I would assume the amount would have negated any thing, plus if and when they then stop paying you would then need to go back to court and pay further.

    I am in the same situation, but I just have the CCJ registered, I plan on waiting a couple of years then try and pursue if the T's situation...
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  • You need to go through your insurance and get them to sort it out, if the owner of the ground floor flat doesn't have insurance or wont give you details that doesn't matter - you just make your claim.

    You then have the right to claim any increase in your premiums as well as costs from the...
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  • You can always install the one you want and pay for it and include the cost in the rent. If this is not acceptable, then they need to fix any holes in walls which they create (like if they put a new picture up with nails). If an inventory is under taken then the check out will then highlight any new...
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  • I don't understand when you say he is retired but doesn't get a pension, it's that an unemployed person? If you perform a check it's most likely going to fail. You most certainly will need a guarantor. Question you need to ask yourself, what happens when the tenant can't pay you the rent?
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  • ash72
    started a topic Fence on either side who own's which

    Fence on either side who own's which

    Is there a golden rule, if the deeds to not specify, who owns and maintains the right or left hand side of the fencing? It's a mid terrace house, I always under the impression that the right hand side of the property was your's to maintain. I tried to look on an aerial view and there's five houses in...
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  • ash72
    replied to Agent fee increase
    Read your contract with the letting agent and see the terms and conditions. I would imagine more agents will now be increasing fees to landlords, since they can't charge tenants.
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  • Unfortunately as you are the one who invited the person (friend/ tradesmen) to the property you are responsible for their actions and any damages they may have caused intentionally or unintentionally. Accidents do happen and that is what the deposit is for. I personally would wait until your are moving...
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  • ash72
    replied to Upad - gone bust?
    The founder of Upad, James Davis, at the weekend that he recently spent 5 months recovering from an emergency heart operation and had “lost his drive.” It's also why he is selling up his other business's
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  • My advice which I've done, is give the T a dehumifier (around £60-£100) most of the time they use it as I tell them the benefits of it both to their bills, and their health. After around 3-6 months I then remove it and tell them to buy their own if they require to have the benefit of it....
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  • Depending on how long the T has left and if they have register with a council, it's unlikely a tracing company would be able to find the person, my advice would be to wait at least 6 - 12 months then instruct a tracing agent for a more successful outcome. If you have their employer details you could...
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  • You should contact the prospective T, and tell them they have 14 days in which to provide all the information needed for the credit and reference checking, if it not there by then return any deposit, and relist for any new enquiry.
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