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11:12 AM, 26th January 2021
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I have a Maisonette that has been let to the same tenant for three years, and she is the absolute perfect tenant. It is a two-level building in an affluent area and there have been a couple living above (not my Flat) for the last two years without any issue. My tenant is now having noise and disturbance issues with late-night doors slamming and lots of comings and goings. In the last month, the Police have been called a couple of times by a different Neighbour because of the distu
10:56 AM, 26th January 2021
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We are refurbishing a property which is 4 storey house Grade II Listed. Each Floor has Studio Room which comprises of Self Contained Unit. Floor Area is as follows: Basement, Ground Floor, First Floor and Top Floor. The refurbishment commenced almost a month ago and due to finish in about 2 weeks. Background: It is fully licensed HMO which was already up and running at the time of purchase our Solicitors advice was not to buy as there is NO Listed building consent however our lend
13:56 PM, 25th January 2021
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The Debt Respite Scheme (Breathing Space) guidance was a shock to landlords when we heard about it this week. It is a truly atrocious bit of legislation, heaping even more worry and misery on landlords and also likely to have a very damaging effect on the prospects of any potential tenants looking for private accommodation who have any experience of mental health problems. I have laid this out in an article this week, which I hope to get to the attention of the powers that be.  
13:41 PM, 25th January 2021
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We have a couple on a joint tenancy who have now separated and the police have taken the keys off the male tenant and given them to the female tenant. She has requested he is taken off the joint tenancy agreement which is now periodic, however, he still has his tenancy rights regardless of the police action to confiscate his keys to the house. So my question is has anyone had this experience and can he be removed from the tenancy without court action, personally I don't think h
11:50 AM, 25th January 2021
About 2 days ago
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19:00 PM, 22nd January 2021
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14:28 PM, 22nd January 2021
About 5 days ago
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14:14 PM, 22nd January 2021
About 5 days ago
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Given the changed proposed to leasehold/freehold, I’m wondering now if it’s the time to be ‘mopping’ up the Freeholds of a block of flats where I have a few units. The Freehold was applied for nearly a year ago...
11:08 AM, 22nd January 2021
About 5 days ago
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Momentum is building against councils pushing ahead with licensing schemes despite the pandemic and despite instructions from the government not to. One wonders why so many councils are going against the Governments wishes and public health concern to instigate policies which...
10:24 AM, 22nd January 2021
About 5 days ago
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I have a long term tenant in a block of 8 Victorian flats. The parking and garden arrangements mean the residents can easily see into the ground floor flats as they pass. My letting agent has had 5 complaints over the last 3 months....
10:17 AM, 22nd January 2021
About 5 days ago
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Hi, I have been having difficulties with one of my tenants who are in receipt of UC. All rental payments have stopped, and they are not accepting my phone calls. The rent account now shows arrears in excess of 2 months....

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