Puzzler

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Tuesday 9th July 2013


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Total Number of Property118 Comments: 717

Puzzler

23 hours ago
Is there any recourse against the court?

I thought 14 days was standard? Presumably they have to have time to move out....if they don't you'll have to apply for bailiff eviction...look on the gov.uk website for the procedure... Read More

Puzzler

A week ago
Freeholders plans to extort more profit from property owners

Contact LEASE for free legal advice; your solicitor is correct. An AST is a lease but not in this context. Why don't all you leaseholders of B****** Estates get together and form a united body. If you all act together it will have more force. You can also apply to the FTT but get good legal advice as it can turn on a technicality.... Read More

Puzzler

2 weeks ago
Obstructive neighbours stopping us from renting flat

Re-reading your post, you need to get round a table. Assuming there are only two flats and you are both owners of the freehold. Get a solicitor who can perform mediation. They say you are bad landlords, since you had problem tenants it seems they blame you for that, which is perhaps understandable. Only you can truthfully assess that (were proper checks done, lease complied with etc.). Would it be feasible to live there for a short while? Then you might get an opportunity to talk to them. They won't be able to keep up a sustained nuisance, if they do you have another issue and you will need legal advice. There is a general prejudice from owners in a block to those who let their flats, sometimes due to demographic differences e.g. older owners and younger tenants. Maybe they just need reassurance that the previous experience won't be repeated.... Read More

Puzzler

2 weeks ago
Obstructive neighbours stopping us from renting flat

Reply to the comment left by Gary Dully at 07/10/2017 - 14:27
You don't need permission just that they be informed otherwise it is not allowable in court so, tempting though it is, your approach is not legal, harassment at the very least and most likely counter productive... Read More

Puzzler

2 weeks ago
Obstructive neighbours stopping us from renting flat

Reply to the comment left by Mandy Thomson at 06/10/2017 - 17:43
And even if they are true you leave yourself open to harassment charges. Since you have agents, you probably need to get good legal advice.... Read More