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  1. tinkerbell_

    my tenant burnt my house: do i have a hope

    Police won't and don't do anything, unless someone actually died they just don't give a crap.
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    my tenant burnt my house: do i have a hope

    i too had a psycho tenant just like this! Hope you got that **** out!
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    :(

    Thanks COR!...
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    :(

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    did i do wrong ?????

    i would say around £700, i served notice beginning of Jan and got possession last week so around two months But i SUFFER still........ i would think landlord555 could get possession alot quicker because he would rely on ground 14? so he could apply straight away and not wait two weeks?? ...
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    did i do wrong ?????

    OH NO! im getting flashbacks!
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    (¸.•´ (¸.•` ¤ Thank You LAW!

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    Cold weather heading to UK

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    Cold weather heading to UK

    eek what is that?....on a good note, the filth are out.
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    Cold weather heading to UK

    z(°.°)z
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    Cold weather heading to UK

    >_<
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    Cold weather heading to UK

    o_0
  13. tinkerbell_

    Cold weather heading to UK

    well i have read that link and it doesnt help. The "suggested procedure" • Make every effort to trace the tenant/s to their new address or contact them through any forwarding address you may have - if i do that i will just be accused of harrassment and stalking •If you are owed monies you must keep goods for 3 months before disposing of them. If you are not owed money a reasonable period, typically 28 days is acceptable before selling the goods. - i very much doubt they have anything worth selling. • Write to the tenant by registered post or recorded delivery with a legal notice. This will notify them that the goods are available for collection and that they will be kept for up to three months. - Again if i do this i will be accused of allsorts. • Make sure your notice clearly identifies you as the landlord and gives full contact details for yourself as landlord and include complete contact details. - They already have all my details, as a result i live in fear. • If the goods remain unclaimed after 3 months you can sell them to a buyer, who will receive good title to them. The original owner will therefore lose all rights to the goods. - what? • Once you have covered your expenses in this process and any rent arrears etc, any proceeds left over will belong to the original owner , your tenant, if they should turn up and claim within six years - yeah right this is a joke i assume. :/
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