Universal Credit deficit on rent?

Universal Credit deficit on rent?

11:26 AM, 23rd February 2018, About 3 years ago 14

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I have had a tenant move out of a property recently and because it was 2 weeks into the month I was told that I would not get the rental payment.

The Universal Credit team told me that if it had been 3.5 weeks into to the month I probably would of got the rent.

Surly this cannot be correct?

Has any one else had this problem and can let me know.

Many thanks

Tony



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by Jay James

20:35 PM, 23rd February 2018, About 3 years ago

Reply to the comment left by tony tony at 23/02/2018 - 20:22
To my knowledge, it can never be the case that DWP owes you the rent, as your contract is with the now ex-tenant. Perhaps an expert on here could confirm this (or not)?

by tony tony

20:58 PM, 23rd February 2018, About 3 years ago

Reply to the comment left by Jay James at 23/02/2018 - 20:35
You obviously do not rent to housing benefits tennant s The dwp owed me the rent as they were paying me direct. Regardlous of if it was the tenants rent Why is one government department paying in the same situation and not the other. Cheers ts

by Mick Roberts

9:06 AM, 24th February 2018, About 3 years ago

This Universal Credit UC situation is diabolical & gonna' get worse.
I've been a victim of UC's ridiculous part monthly rules that Sherrelle at Caridon explains. If they get a snippet of wages 4 weeks ago, that was just within this monthly period, 4 weeks later, u ain't getting any rent? What? Someone somewhere, lots of landlords need to challenge & change this.
I know Housing Benefit inside out & I use Sherrelle on all my new UC cases 'cause with the system at the moment, u just don't get anywhere. Kids answering the phone don't care about u, the mortgage, the tenants rent, as long as they adhere to DWP's rules of NEVER TALK TO THE LANDLORD EVER. AT ALL COSTS. If life is in danger, don't matter. Data protection must be adhered to. Even if tenant is there with him giving him permission, NO NO NO.

by tony tony

9:56 AM, 24th February 2018, About 3 years ago

Reply to the comment left by Mick Roberts at 24/02/2018 - 09:06
mick i couldnt agree more , i just cant get my head round why they would implament this rule in the fist place it just dosent make sense cheers ts


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