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Tuesday 4th June 2019


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Total Number of Property118 Comments: 4

SuperHarrygeorge

14:13 PM, 28th May 2020, About 2 years ago

Does dog clause stack up legally?

Reply to the comment left by Chris Wheelwright at 28/05/2020 - 10:23
So what your saying if i read you right,is that as long as they are paying the rent then ir is up to them what they do with the property because 'it is their home' ! A contract should be binding on both parties and if their is reasonable stipulations as to how that property is used or looked after then that should stand. Just because rent is paid it does not give a tenant carte blanche to do as they want. If the government want total freedom for renters then they must provide their own housing stock and not overly legislate for private landlords.... Read More

SuperHarrygeorge

14:02 PM, 28th May 2020, About 2 years ago

Does dog clause stack up legally?

Reply to the comment left by Dylan Morris at 28/05/2020 - 12:12
What constitutes a PET !!... Read More

SuperHarrygeorge

14:01 PM, 28th May 2020, About 2 years ago

Does dog clause stack up legally?

Reply to the comment left by paul kaye at 28/05/2020 - 10:02
Agree totally. I have a no pet policy but have in the past agreed to small pet ie rabbit guineapig . Indoor pets are more problematic . The word 'pet' could in theory mean any animal big or small so the landlord should have the right to say no. It is like smoking. I have a strict no smoking policy in the contract and that is my right as smoke in a house is extremely difficult to irradicate .... Read More

SuperHarrygeorge

17:41 PM, 7th June 2019, About 3 years ago

Land for the Many - Not for Landlords

Reply to the comment left by Anne Brown at 07/06/2019 - 16:47
Not paying rent may break a tenancy agreement but even now it does not mean a straight forward eviction
Watch Nightmare Tenant programme ! It will be even harder and cost LL thousands and even then there is no guarantee that the courts will not rule in favour of a difficult tenant. If my tenants ever give notice I shall not relet. I will use it as a holiday home for me and family.... Read More