Dennis Leverett

Registered with Property118.com
Thursday 16th March 2017


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Total Number of Property118 Comments: 211

Dennis Leverett

10:23 AM, 24th December 2021, About a month ago

£4,000 Legal Claim for Damages - Advice Please

Hi Pam
Horrible situation and it will stress you out. I had a small claims against me, not a tenant, a few years ago from a very arrogant chancer. My solicitor told me to pay, it was just under a £1000, and not waste my time. No way. If I'm wrong here someone please correct me, but I was told then that I could apply to the Judge before the case to get my costs considered if I won and I did. Might not apply now. I spent a lot of time getting my response thorough and watertight and had many sleepless nights thinking about it. Absolutely vital to follow Court protocol such as Mediation, he refused. To cut a long story short, on the day the claimant was so arrogant and rude with loads of contradictions and stupid comments that it was over in minutes. I hardly had to say anything and the Judge having read my paperwork commended me on my preparation and went in my favour awarding all my costs and chastised the Claimant for wasting the Courts time. Was it worth it, only for the self satisfaction but otherwise no. I had a great judge though which probably helped as I was very nervous about it all.... Read More

Dennis Leverett

11:13 AM, 29th October 2021, About 3 months ago

Misleading Right Move Adverts - What can we do?

Its not only scams, I live in a rural area and fields are being divided into plots with the travelling fraternity moving in with their caravans and gradually building brick "outbuildings", access roads etc. Its very expensive for local councils to remove them only to find a new lot there as soon as. I've lived here 12 years with an almost nil crime rate, there has been more crime in the last year than all the years I've been here put together. Rubbish dumped everywhere etc.!!!... Read More

Dennis Leverett

9:58 AM, 25th October 2021, About 3 months ago

Will Landlords be able to apply for heat pump grants in April 2022?

Reply to the comment left by Beaver at 25/10/2021 - 09:36
I view it as incompetence and corruption. Like that foreign budget spend a few years ago of millions to put a landing strip on an island somewhere, can't remember where. Trouble is no-one realised it was too windy for planes to land on it!!! I bet someone made a few bucks on it though. All ministers should be held legally responsible for their bad decision making, trouble is no-one would want the jobs for the boys.... Read More

Dennis Leverett

16:24 PM, 21st October 2021, About 3 months ago

Will Landlords be able to apply for heat pump grants in April 2022?

Reply to the comment left by Beaver at 21/10/2021 - 13:56
I would say higher than a modern gas boiler but not more than her old boiler. The emersion heater is an auto booster as required although switched on permanently and I turned the stat down a few degrees as the hot water was far to hot with three young children, this should reduce costs a bit.. There is a good supply of hot water as the storage tank is quite big and she has never run out of hot water yet. The shower in the bathroom which works off mains water pressure is amazing and doesn't loose flow if other taps are turned on while in use.. The whole internal works, tank etc. fill a typical floor to ceiling airing cupboard, there's lots of it.... Read More

Dennis Leverett

13:38 PM, 21st October 2021, About 3 months ago

Will Landlords be able to apply for heat pump grants in April 2022?

Reply to the comment left by NewYorkie at 21/10/2021 - 12:11
I'm fairly sure heading towards £12,000 all in but can find out if needed. As said previously it was a quality brand. When I had my Solar Panels done a few years ago I went for the dearest quote as all the rest were high pressure salesmen with no knowledge selling cheap Chinese rubbish. The ones I got the company sent round an engineer not a salesman who answered all my questions and all components were German made with a 25 year insurance backed guarantee if power produced ever dropped below a certain level. Had no problems at all in 7 years and annually produce twice as much as I actually use. A neighbour went for cheaper Chinese ones and had nothing but problems.... Read More