Old Mrs Landlord

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Tuesday 2nd February 2016

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Total Number of Property118 Comments: 506

Old Mrs Landlord

23:01 PM, 17th January 2020
About 2 days ago

Is size everything?

Reply to the comment left by Peter G at 17/01/2020 - 22:59Only applies to HMOs.... Read More

Old Mrs Landlord

15:30 PM, 13th January 2020
About 7 days ago

Shelter back alleged 'fraudster' squatter with legal representation

Reply to the comment left by JJ at 13/01/2020 - 11:19That to me was also the most striking quote from Shelter, bearing in mind that squatting in residential premises is now illegal. However, if the person Shelter represented is or was a tenant, by definition he is not a squatter in law because he originally entered the premises with the owner's consent (www.gov/uk/squatting-law). Obviously, that does not entitle him to claim ownership of the property but it also gives rise to the question if he is not legally a squatter, how can he possibly claim squatter's rights? Perhaps Ian Narbeth would like to comment because this is a puzzling case and I suspect there is more to it than we have been told in this thread.... Read More

Old Mrs Landlord

7:54 AM, 14th December 2019
About a month ago

Is it reasonable to ask for extra security on front door?

Reply to the comment left by Marie at 13/12/2019 - 12:54
If she buys a wheelie bin the other tenants will just put their rubbish in it rather than buy their own, and if the building is not listed on the council's collection round the dustmen will just ignore it. Your friend needs to make an official request to the local council once she is resident in the building. Assuming council tax is being paid, the council have a duty to provide waste collection services.... Read More

Old Mrs Landlord

12:30 PM, 4th December 2019
About 2 months ago

Crisis Christmas appeal for £28.87 very different to Shelter

Shelter's appeal is very cleverly worded to obfuscate their actions. Most members of the public will interpret "Shelter's urgent appeal will pay for frontline services to support children and their families facing bad housing and homelessness this Christmas" as referring to something very similar to the services provided by Crisis. A statement that Shelter's appeal will pay the salaries of solicitors to search for niggling little oversights on the part of landlords to prevent or delay eviction of defaulting tenants whose anti-social behaviour makes neighbours' lives a misery doesn't have quite the same heartstring-tugging ring to it... Read More

Old Mrs Landlord

21:13 PM, 28th November 2019
About 2 months ago

Nationwide, Crisis, and Generation Rent support scrapping Section 21

Reply to the comment left by Michael Barnes at 28/11/2019 - 21:05
Who else would the NLA and RLA be representing?... Read More