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  • Gordon999
    Ice served in drinks is not very nice. ?
    Gordon999
    The Daily Mail Newspaper ( 19 July 2017 ) reported " the ice served by some leading fast food chains in their soft drinks is contaminated by faecal bacteria, it has been revealed "

    The contamination is likely to have occurred because the ice or ice-making machines have been...
    20-07-2017, 20:16 PM
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    20-07-2017, 19:54 PM
  • vik2001
    tax rate question
    vik2001
    Im trying to figure out whether im going to be a high rate 28% or low rate 18% tax rate payer on CGT when selling my property.
    is this how I work it out for 2017/18:

    Work Salary before tax deductions is £40,000
    Personal Allowance 2017/18 is £11,500
    £40000-11,500 =...
    20-07-2017, 18:35 PM
  • Logical.Lean
    After much procrastination I need to ask some questions about Loans.
    Logical.Lean
    Sometime ago I posted something along similar lines, but it's now clearer to me what we want to do.

    My wife and I live in Merseyside where we have paid off our residential mortgage about 4 years ago.

    We have a Buy to Let with a 70% loan at £90K

    I work as a Consultant...
    20-07-2017, 18:27 PM
  • kedic
    Covenant in lease - boarding or lodging
    kedic
    If a covenant states " Not to carry on or allow to be carried on any trade business or profession in or from the Property and not to use or allow to be used the Property for boarding or lodging" Would this stop the property being used as a holiday let? (it is the boarding or lodging bit that...
    20-07-2017, 16:33 PM
  • MrShed
    Discussion - GDPR and implications on landlords
    MrShed
    I've just posted something on GDPR and then wondered whether it had been discussed on here before - a quick search implies its never been mentioned.

    I thought I would raise a topic to discuss it and the implications on landlords.In effect this is a replacement of the Data Protection Act...
    20-07-2017, 15:01 PM
  • interstellargator
    Landlord replacing fridge with much smaller model
    interstellargator
    I am a tenant (one of four sharers) who has just moved in to a property. When we came to view it, the fridge-freezer unit was in working order but upon moving in a month later, it was broken (presumably by the previous tenants). The landlord opted to replace it, but has bought a significantly smaller...
    20-07-2017, 13:43 PM
  • newlandlord17
    Advice please - tenant potentially challenging Section 21
    newlandlord17
    I was an unexpected landlord when I inherited a property recently. Originally I thought I wanted to carry on but then the tenant was nagging about small repairs and when my contractor went in he said the house was very messy, there was a smell of cat urine and a lampshade and door had been damaged....
    20-07-2017, 10:21 AM
  • Paul4321
    Long Term Tenant - how to protect both LL and Tenant
    Paul4321
    Hi All,

    I'm hoping for a little guidance. I'll almost certainly be following up with some professional advice but hopefully some folks here will have been in a similar situation and can offer some advice. I have done a quick search but not found anything obvious.

    I already...
    20-07-2017, 10:07 AM
  • lampshade
    VAT paid on Apartment block maintenance
    lampshade
    Hi All.
    Hope someone can shed light on the following. I own a lease in a purpose built block of flats (30 in 3 linked blocks, with 3 separate entrances).
    We all pay our service charges as requested the freeholders appointed service/managing agent.
    The question I...
    20-07-2017, 08:37 AM
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