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15:31 PM, 12th May 2021
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Hi, I have been given a court review hearing date to recover my property. The review hearing is 7th June, however, today I have received a letter from my tenant saying she is going to move out on the 13th of June. Do I continue with the hearing, as may be a ploy for me to cancel it? Or can I rearrange the hearing to another date after the 13th, then if she moves out all well and good, but if she doesn't, I can go ahead with the review gearing? Sorry, getting sceptical in my ol

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15:25 PM, 12th May 2021
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We had commercial shop premises available for lease in February 2020. Our agent found a prospective tenant and heads of terms went to solicitors with a completion date of 27th March 2020. The Welsh Assembly (in line with the other 3 home nations) put Wales into full lockdown on the 23rd March 2020 and therefore put a delay on completion of the lease. After the 19th June 2020 when lockdown restrictions begin to ease our solicitors worked towards completing this lease, and we finall
15:17 PM, 12th May 2021
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I could do with some input, please. I'm buying a tenanted property and I don't want to use the existing agent, but the tenants are still in the tenancy agreement with them, as set up under the previous owner. The tenants have already paid rent for the next two months to the agent who are deducting their charges, though we don't have any contact with the agent. What are our rights? The tenants want to stay for another year. Many thanks Ni
15:12 PM, 12th May 2021
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15:09 PM, 12th May 2021
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17:13 PM, 11th May 2021
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16:54 PM, 11th May 2021
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Responding to the Government’s commitment in the Queen’s Speech to publish a White Paper later this year on reform of the rental sector, Ben Beadle, Chief Executive of the National Residential Landlords Association said: “We welcome the Government’s commitment to publish a White Paper on reforms to the rental sector and consult widely before introducing a Bill....
16:34 PM, 11th May 2021
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Around six million people across the UK are currently receiving Universal Credit, a financial benefit payment provided by the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) intended to help those out of work or on a low income with daily living costs....
16:25 PM, 11th May 2021
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Capital Home Loans (CHL), you may remember them, the specialist buy-to-let lender is now lending again in England and Wales, through a select number of brokers. They are offering competitive rates and consistent criteria with a customer-centric approach. CHL will consider lending to Individual BTL investors...
16:45 PM, 10th May 2021
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I am a Freeholder and Shared Freeholder of two Victorian conversions, each with 3 flats over 3 storeys including the ground floor. Whilst we abide by standard fire safety rules for example 30 minute fire doors, wired smoke alarms...