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  1. In the event of a dispute arising once the tenant finds out that you sold his goods, the Court will decide what amounts to a 'reasonable time' in all the circumstances of the case. As you are in telephone contact with the tenant, it will be difficult to convince the Court that you acted reasonably in selling the goods, unless you have an implied contractual lien on them for an outstanding debt, such as rent arrears or the costs of legitimate repair or redecoration following the termination of the tenancy that you are contractually entitled to charge to the tenant. On this point, please se
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  2. There is nothing to prevent you from trying to comprimise, the chances of them getting a reasonable agreement sorted at the first try are nil. If you are entering into a binding agreement then it would only seem prudent to ensure you get the best terms you can. Without trying to dictate or teach you to suck eggs. Try not to be too aggressive, nor to passive/submissive in your response, simply state that although you are amenable to such an agreement, the terms as offered are not acceptable i their current form, however if they changed a. b. and c then you would be able to recons
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  3. With respect, that won't help at all.... OP needs to see a family law solicitor, find out about his rights re. her possibly changing the locks and then go from there.
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  4. I thought I would just let people know the value of this site, in a word it is PRICELESS! Without this forum, I would no doubt be homeless and bankrupt and though my debt is not cleared, I feel a sense of financial freedom at long last. I am no longer afraid of the Postman!!!! I came to this site as I had no-one to turn to for support, I had kept all our debt a secret from my husband and was fighting to keep my home and will the support of Ell-en and others in the Repossession boards managed to save my home........... twice! When I first came to this site in 2009 my arrears stood in ex
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  5. All fees would of been paid by Social service if he did not have a property or his savings was below the threshold, Social services would of taken his pension to help pay for the Homes fees- and leave him twenty pounds pocket money- the contact would be between the home and Social services the chances are that social services owe the home the money not you or your father - Challenge this with the Nursing Home
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