Tom C

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Thursday 19th January 2017


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Tom C

22:05 PM, 18th July 2020
About 3 months ago

Church of England Diocese tenant eviction?

The Tenancy Contract was drafted by an Agent. It is not an AST. It is a Company Letting Agreement with no Deposit Protection etc. As the Full 2 year Term of the Contract has expired and I did not want to re-new Contract my assumption was that reluctantly I can allow CoE ( The Tenant) to occupy the property based on a rolling 1 Month contract like Statutory Periodic Tenancy. Is this a wrong assumption?
I got suggested to seek Professional Legal Advise, which I am considering to do. Any Recommendations for where to start?
I never had to use a Legal Service in this aspect so far.... Read More

Tom C

16:43 PM, 19th January 2017
About 4 years ago

Who is responsible for White Goods replacement?

Reply to the comment left by "Nick Faulkner" at "19/01/2017 - 14:26":

@ Nick : If you are a "Pro" than, please argument yourself. Like how you interpreted.
The implied law to the AST:
Section 11 of the LTA, and SOGSA 1982
s11(1)(b): “but not other fixtures, fittings and appliances for making use of the supply of water, gas or electricity“
And the contractual obligation as stated in the extract from the AST quoted before.
Your comment do not help anyone if you cannot argument yourself.... Read More

Tom C

12:09 PM, 19th January 2017
About 4 years ago

Who is responsible for White Goods replacement?

This is the clause in the AST Agreement:
"Not to remove any of the Contents from the Property without the express written permission of the Landlord (which will not be unreasonably withheld). To keep the content of the property, including all furniture, fixtures and appliances listed in the inventory, in the same condition, cleanliness and repair, as at the start of the Tenancy with allowance for fair wear and tear. However, should any items require repair, or be beyond repair, the landlord does not undertake to pay for any costs to repair or to replace the appliance, except those which the Landlord's required by law to maintain. "

It is fair and non-ambiguous enough or I am wrong to thing so?... Read More