Richard Adams

Registered with Property118.com
Friday 27th September 2013

Location
Shipston-on-Stour

Trading Status
Sole Owner

Providing essential rental accommodation since
2006

Number of rental properties owned
0 - 5

Insures properties through a broker recommended by Property118
No


Latest Comments

Total Number of Property118 Comments: 436

Richard Adams

13:51 PM, 10th June 2020
About a month ago

What Planet Are They On?

Reply to the comment left by David at 10/06/2020 - 11:34
David please advise who you will be voting for in future?... Read More

Richard Adams

21:42 PM, 6th June 2020
About a month ago

Small Claim win but how do I get the money owed?

Reply to the comment left by WP at 06/06/2020 - 16:48
You keep assuming she has got nothing. You may be wrong so why not go the extra mile and find out? It's a fact there are plenty of tenants working the system to not pay rent. They know how easy it is nowadays. Of course they will always say they have no assets. Bailiffs get a pretty good idea from walking through the door what the situation is.

Bailiffs can take luxury items, for example a TV or games console.
They cannot take:
things you need, such as your clothes, cooker or fridge,
work tools and equipment which together are worth less than £1,350,
someone else’s belongings, such as your partner’s computer.... Read More

Richard Adams

21:02 PM, 5th June 2020
About a month ago

Small Claim win but how do I get the money owed?

Reply to the comment left by Possession Friend at 05/06/2020 - 20:51
Good idea Possession Friend.... Read More

Richard Adams

21:02 PM, 5th June 2020
About a month ago

Small Claim win but how do I get the money owed?

Reply to the comment left by WP at 05/06/2020 - 10:59
A CCJ unpaid remains on the register for 6 years under her name and anybody including her can see it. Up until then you can have another pop at recovering if maybe she has got her act together and got a job etc. Have you received your copy of the CCJ yet?
Nearly £5000 is a lot to kiss goodbye to now. Is paying £66 now plus maybe another £80 worth spending to try and recover right now not later? If I were you I'd say yes. Presumably she referenced OK at start of tenancy? Is she the one of many tenants who realised not paying rent often leads to getting away with it or did she genuinely fall on hard times so was unable to pay? You seem to be saying if the bailiffs closed with her now they would find she has zippo bar benefits. In other words is she pulling the wool over your eyes? Maybe earning some cash on the side? Bailiff questioning will squeeze this sort of info out of her plus a search will reveal if she has been buying goods with the money that should have been coming to you as rent. So they find a few hundred pounds worth of "assets". They take away and sell so you get something at least. Better than a poke in the eye with a blunt stick surely and you did say you wanted to nail her.... Read More

Richard Adams

21:09 PM, 3rd June 2020
About a month ago

Small Claim win but how do I get the money owed?

Very difficult to respond without knowing amount of the debt. If it is a tiny amount maybe best to forget the whole thing although a shame to let her get away with it. If a substantial amount surely worth spending £66 and possibly another £90 odd TO HAVE A GO!! She is living somewhere? Has she entered into a new tenancy with some poor unsuspecting landlord or did you say she might be living with mum? Do you live near the area where social media indicates she is and can check out where you believe her address is? I think you said you had an idea? Check with DCBL what they do if they find someone is on benefits because that does not automatically mean they have got nothing. Plenty of cases of girls on benefits being pursued for non payment of rent where bailiffs find when they visit designer handbags etc which is why rent was not paid!! Terry said a benefits receiver can only be made to pay £1 a month if an instalments repayment is suggested? Is he correct? Ask DCBL if they would do what they normally do ie "pressure" her into getting mum, relations, friends etc to chip in? What they are good at is making clear that the issue is NOT going to go away. You can always have another pop at her within 4 or 5 years, can't remember exactly, when maybe she is better placed. The time for discussion has ended. Either go for her with all guns blazing or forget it. Up to you.... Read More