S Hindosh

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Wednesday 3rd June 2020


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Total Number of Property118 Comments: 4

S Hindosh

14:15 PM, 1st November 2020
About 4 months ago

Government’s approach is almost certainly unlawful

Reply to the comment left by Luke P at 01/11/2020 - 14:07
Thanks. I will send him an email now and will speak to him tomorrow morning.... Read More

S Hindosh

13:56 PM, 1st November 2020
About 4 months ago

Government’s approach is almost certainly unlawful

What is the name and details of the Solicitor who is happy to take this matter forward to the Supreme Court? can you please send me their details. I need to contact them urgently and may appoint them to take my case forward.... Read More

S Hindosh

10:26 AM, 30th October 2020
About 4 months ago

Government’s approach is almost certainly unlawful

Possibly the eviction ban is still in place of some sort or another. I have been monitoring the daily court listing at one particular court and there doesn't seem to be any repossession hearings after 6 weeks from the supposedly lifting of the ban on 21 Sep 2020.
The unlawful eviction ban, the ban on bailiff and the unreasonably reactivation notice requirements will help tenants to black mail landlords in order to give possession back rather than following the lawful route. The black market will flourish and economy will be hardly hit. You do not need a degree in economics to foresee it. Also most certainly, the call of abolishing section 21 will accelerate the creation of that market which is not acceptable.... Read More

S Hindosh

9:43 AM, 16th July 2020
About 8 months ago

Church of England Diocese tenant eviction?

We are exactly in the same position but a private landlord. The court process to evict nightmare tenants has been ongoing for more than a year now. The damage to the property caused by the tenants are way above £70,000. The tenants even assaulted me, arrested and charged by the Police. Stopped paying rent for more many months which has nothing to do with COVID-19. Regardless of all the above, they are till in occupation of the property illegally. It is astonishing and disappointing to see such unfair and chaotic activities in a housing market such as the UK.... Read More