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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
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As readers of Property 118 are professionals, what opinions and advice can you offer on whether I’m being unreasonable in holding a widow to the terms of the tenancy agreement. I own a modern retirement (over 55s) flat and for the last 5 years it has been rented to a lovely couple – model tenants in fact. They pay the rent largely from housing benefit with the shortfall made up by their daughter. I also have a guarantor for the AST. The tenancy was renewed on 6/9/2020 for a fu
15:49 PM, 22nd January 2021
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14:28 PM, 22nd January 2021
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10:24 AM, 22nd January 2021
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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
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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....
9:52 AM, 22nd January 2021
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I have a few flats in a building that has a communal heating and hot water system – sadly this doesn’t always work. There are major works being done to the block and this has included re-piping the whole building (disaster) new boilers coming up (should have been done 2 years ago) and now the hot water fails midday and has done since December at least if not before....
10:32 AM, 21st January 2021
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All homes and businesses will have to meet rigorous new energy efficiency standards to lower energy consumption and bills, helping to protect the environment, the Housing Minister Chris Pincher has announced. Responding to a consultation on the Future Homes Standard...

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