Paul Maguire

Registered with Property118.com
Sunday 23rd June 2013


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Total Number of Property118 Comments: 114

Paul Maguire

12:36 PM, 27th January 2022, About 4 months ago

Tenants (contract Holders notice) Wales regs?

In Scotland, established tenancy agreements are still valid but the Courts are likely to look at the Model Tenancy Agreement for guidance in any disputes. I got this online a few years ago but I have yet to test it.... Read More

Paul Maguire

21:11 PM, 26th January 2022, About 4 months ago

Tenants (contract Holders notice) Wales regs?

This sounds similar to the Scottish "Model Tenancy Agreement" which became law a few years ago. No minimum or maximum term [for the tenant] but it doesn't allow lodgers, unless the landlord gives permission. It works well for tenants as it allows them to move in to one property whilst allowing them time to look around for another more suited property. If a tenant simply needs a property for a couple of months due to a job contract away from their own area it gives them a cheaper short-stay option. From the landlord's point of view it's impossible to calculate annual overheads when future income is uncertain. Rents were raised.... Read More

Paul Maguire

11:04 AM, 15th January 2022, About 4 months ago

Paul Maguire

17:41 PM, 26th November 2021, About 6 months ago

Rent increase hostage to windows?

Just get quotes to put new double glazed units into the existing windows.... Read More

Paul Maguire

11:03 AM, 13th October 2021, About 8 months ago

Tenant changed lock - is the landlord obliged to pay?

Wasn't "Fire safe" so should've had a thumb-turn lock on the inside in case of fire....but if no keys were supplied it was unable to be locked in the first place so was rendered Fire-Safe imo.
Letting agents and landlords are supposed to provide phone numbers that will be answered 24/7. Their office number is unlikely to comply although in my experience, that's the number supplied.... Read More