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Berlingogirl
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Last Activity: 15-02-2019, 04:34 AM
Joined: 25-07-2012
Location: North West
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  • Berlingogirl
    replied to Mediation
    Yes, I thought it was 110. I did stress to T that it was a single room, but G could rent the 5th room at a discounted rate. The local Environment Agency and Housing Team at the council were involved and were aware of the overcrowding (they were involved becasue he had maliciously accused me of forcing...
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  • Berlingogirl
    replied to Mediation
    I think so. The room was at a set rent for single occupancy. the money for G was a charge, not rent, so no tenancy was agreed for G. If I didn't charge for G then maybe all Ts friends and family would/could come and stay for free! I offered a service (a charge for an extra person, even though I didn't...
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  • Berlingogirl
    replied to Mediation
    leaseholder64,

    I know. The room was probably just about 90 sq ft, but had a single bed and was let as a single room. He refused to get the guest to live somewhere else despite me offering a double room (and him accepting it at first then refusing it) and finding other suitable accommodation...
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  • Berlingogirl
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    Thank you jpkeates. He's just trying it on. I'm just taking screenshots of the texts between us where he says he'll pay for his guest.

    As I've spent extra time and money on this waste of time, and interest is building up, can I add the extra to my claim?

    I think this case...
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  • Berlingogirl
    started a topic Mediation

    Mediation

    T owes rent and a charge for letting a second person stay in his single room. T has defended the MCOL saying he doesn't owe the money because I didn't find a suitable alternative accommodation for his guest. I have agreed to go to mediation. Does mediation mean or imply that I am agreeing to compromise...
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  • Over 50 and over 80
    One employed , one retired
    One getting state and work pensions...
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  • Apart from the docs in the booklet (pages 4&5) I don't know how to prove residency. I don't even know how to prove my own residency!

    They have originals of their birth certificates, bank statements etc. All the paperwork they have would be time consuming to get so I think they're genuine....
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  • They're getting their money from somewhere and you could really do with knowing. They might be getting money through illegal means.
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  • Thank you for your responses. I'm going to accept them both. A birth cert is ok as long as there's another doc with it eg DL. I don't think the home office is going to find out anyway, I hope and expect them to have better things to do.
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  • You could do an inspection of the property and ask him what repairs need doing. If there are any that you are legally obliged to do then you will need to do them anyway. Then phone the council and tell them that your poor tenant is in arrears and you are going to have to evict him, can they possibly...
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  • Berlingogirl
    started a topic Right to rent documents

    Right to rent documents

    My prospective tenants are two English people who have always lived in England. They are two 'older' people and have great credit refs etc. One of them is retired and the only document they have is a birth cert as they don't drive and don't go abroad so they have no passport. For the Right to Rent requirements...
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