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bubblegun
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Last Activity: 17-04-2018, 15:02 PM
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  • Well I think you have given food for thought.
    This will be monitored and any sign of any more problems, and I think you will be right. Get them out.

    I understand that landlords who have bad tenants have to give a reference when a tenants move on, and it's not in the landlords interest...
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  • Good news. We provided all the reports to the tenant.
    They have finally agreed that the problem is due to their life style and will clean it up.
    So no need to ask the tenant to leave.
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  • Well, you are right in that I have to make sure that problems are fixed. I have never disputed that with any of my tenants. I noticed that the tribunal has said work must be done in a reasonable time, and that opens up a mind field of what is deemed reasonable.
    Anyway, I am getting the place fixed...
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  • They started last November so according to the letting agency they are SaT. It was my mistake.

    No we are not in the highlands.

    I wonder what the situation is legally when the owner of a property instructs the letting agency to get quotes, and do all the work asap, but it seems...
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  • Well you are right, they don't have to leave.But under the previous rules,(not the new rules which just came into force because they signed the lease before the new rules comes in) the leasing agency said they can be given two months notice to leave, because they signed before the changes came into...
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  • Thank you for your reply. This ending badly is my concern, but I have asked the letting agency to sort this out ASAP. It is PRT. The previous references appeared ok, however I usually take any references with a grain of salt, as a landlord may just wish to move someone on, and the references mostly...
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  • Thank you for your reply. I have been renting this out for many years now, and it would be such a shame to sell the place just because of one family. I have always taken the long term view to letting, and we have always tried to make the tenant comfortable.No questions asked.So I do want to be responsible....
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  • Mould,Tenant,and responsibility.

    Although I have been visiting the site this is my first post.So please forgive me if this has already been asked and answered.
    The situation was this.
    1) The tenant moved into the place about two months before any problems occurred.
    2) In January, the tenant reported there was a leak...
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