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Mogino
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  • And no-one has to extrapolate anything. Those who do so, freely choose to do so. There is no need to do this, for anyone.
    I know some companies have chosen to take various actions (and others who have followed suit like sheep), but these are all premature actions and are entirely based on negative...
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  • We don't have any facts to extrapolate from. Yes, we have fears, theories, anxieties, imagined things, beliefs, etc. But facts, no....
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  • I think this question depends on how you feel about your relationship and how long you have been together. If he has just moved to the UK, does this mean you have not lived together before, or if you have, for not very long when he was in the UK before?

    But everyone in a relationship faces...
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  • Mogino
    replied to HMO Application
    HMO regulations are implemented differently by each council and so no general advice can be given as to what your home will require.
    You should consult your local council's HMO department, who can provide you with the full requirements for your property' type & location.
    You may be able...
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  • I agree and this aspect of renting needs to be examined and hopefully, some form of maintenance apportionment be properly defined. It can still be complicated though, because if we say that it is expected of tenants to do things like re-screw a door knob and then upon the tenant doing so, the door knob...
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  • The council may supply noise recording equipment, or install it for you. There is also an app called The Noise App, which might be better than what your tenants have used already.
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  • Mogino
    replied to Help please!
    Just so you are clear, whatever day of the month an AST or SPT starts, it will always end the day before, in whatever month the tenancy is terminated.
    So in your case, your AST started on 4th March and so your AST ended on 3rd Sep. SPTs will follow the same pattern - they are just 1 month long...
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