zhorik

Registered with Property118.com
Sunday 25th August 2019


Latest Comments

Total Number of Property118 Comments: 18

zhorik

8:33 AM, 31st October 2020
About 4 months ago

Government’s approach is almost certainly unlawful

what aboutCourts delaying orders. My tenant should have moved out back in March after a long protracted effort we finally got an eviction order. They stayed put, and thus in March we applied for a bailiff order before the lockdown. Then that came . Now although the order has been put in since before the lockdown we are still awaiting a date for the court , let alone a bailiff order . Net will be the Christmas hiatus. meanwhile i am homeless.... Read More

zhorik

8:48 AM, 26th September 2020
About 5 months ago

Tenant insists on gas fire replacement!

if there is an alternative form of heating then simply ensure that the old gas fire cannot be used. The tenant has no grounds to complain, it is probably that the gas fire is cheaper to run which is their problem.... Read More

zhorik

10:30 AM, 3rd September 2020
About 6 months ago

Tenant eviction ban is bad news for All

Reply to the comment left by Ian Narbeth at 02/09/2020 - 10:17
I told my MP for where i was living at the time, however, because i mentioned that i was homeless because the tenant had not moved out, He refused to deal with me. Told me to go back to the Mp for where i last had permanent residence which was some time ago, It also appears that an Mp does not even have to reply or address your problem as a result of an earlier ruling by our wonderful courts,... Read More

zhorik

7:36 AM, 29th August 2020
About 6 months ago

Tenant eviction ban is bad news for All

the australian system is wrong here. if one gets made unemployed on low income, it will take far longer than 14 days for them to get housing benefit. The time is too short. and wht if rent is paid monthly? Nonpayment of rent is ok but if the tenant has applied for Housing benefit why should they be evicted. what happens if the landlord goes to court and by the time it is heard, the council has paid the money? Can they still be evicted? what is the Australian position on anti-social behaviour etc. or a tenant subletting breaking the tenancy agreement.... Read More

zhorik

8:43 AM, 1st August 2020
About 7 months ago

New Permitted Development rights do not create worse quality homes

Housing standards have ben on the decline since they abandoned parker-morris. Private developers have been developing houses to maximise their profit for years with little regard as to how long these will last and the quality of life for people living in them. Yes there are some decent ones but they are few and far between.... Read More