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  1. Ok so have posted those as link in post#30 hopefully they work for you now. I understand what you are saying about the Warrant for Possession but you need to bear in mind the Landlord can action this with the Court virtually the next day from the date on the Order for Possession if they already have things in place if you haven't left by the date on the Order for Possession.
  2. Just for Info Wapley Stables Cancellation Policy is in there 'Prices' Link below Near the bottom of the webpage you will see a link for 'cancellation policies here'. (note it is an automatic PDF Download) Prices | Wapley Stables WWW.WAPLEYSTABLES.CO.UK Wapley Riding Stables is a friendly and professional 5 star licensed riding school and livery yard situated near the village of Westerleigh, just off the B4465 towards Codrington. We teach riders of all levels from complete...
  3. Hi Sorry for that the links in post#30 have been redone and working
  4. Just for info Wapley Stables has 3 different Companies: Company Name: WAPLEY STABLES LTD Company Number: 13929851 Registered Address: Wapley Hill, Westerleigh, Bristol, United Kingdom, BS37 8RJ Company Status: Active Company Type: Private Limited Company Directors: Maria Jean Hewlett, Mark Anthony Hewlett Companies House Link: WAPLEY STABLES LTD overview - Find and update company information - GOV.UK FIND-AND-UPDATE.COMPANY-INFORMATION.SERVICE.GOV.UK WAPLEY STABLES LTD - Free company information from Companies House including registered office address, filing history, accounts, annual return, officers, charges, business activity ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Company Name: WAPLEY RIDING SCHOOL Company Number: 13929806 Registered Address: Wapley Hill, Westerleigh, Bristol, United Kingdom, BS37 8RJ Company Status: Active Company Type: Private Limited Company Directors: Maria Jean Hewlett, Mark Anthony Hewlett Companies House Link: WAPLEY RIDING SCHOOL LTD overview - Find and update company information - GOV.UK FIND-AND-UPDATE.COMPANY-INFORMATION.SERVICE.GOV.UK WAPLEY RIDING SCHOOL LTD - Free company information from Companies House including registered office address, filing history, accounts, annual return, officers, charges, business activity --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Company Name: WAPLEY LH TRAINING LTD Company Number: 13930402 Registered Address: Wapley Hill, Westerleigh, Bristol, United Kingdom, BS37 8RJ Company Status: Active Company Type: Private Limited Company Directors: Maria Jean Hewlett, Mark Anthony Hewlett, Lucy Rochelle Jean Hewlett Companies House Link: WAPLEY LH TRAINING LTD overview - Find and update company information - GOV.UK FIND-AND-UPDATE.COMPANY-INFORMATION.SERVICE.GOV.UK WAPLEY LH TRAINING LTD - Free company information from Companies House including registered office address, filing history, accounts, annual return, officers, charges, business activity -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  5. Hi If you know you won't be able to leave by the date on the Order for Possession then my advice would be to use what you have highlighted in red on your post#29 but you need to act fast before that date to apply for a stay/suspension otherwise the Landlord once that dat is passed will apply for the Warrant and then instruct bailiffs. Speak to the Court on this and also ask about the Fee as there will be a Fee to apply for this but check with the Court and that N244 is the correct Form. So you need to use N244 Form to apply for stay/suspension and the link for the N244 Form is below. https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/form-n244-application-notice For a bit more info on Possession and what is of interest to you at this stage go down to Stage 5 and have a wee read. https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/understanding-the-possession-action-process-guidance-for-landlords-and-tenants/understanding-the-possession-action-process-a-guide-for-private-residential-tenants-in-england-and-wales#:~:text=This means you must leave,for up to 6 weeks.
  6. Hi Hope your keeping well and I am fully aware you probably want time to yourself after all this but just to see if any update to my post#160 & 161 ? You look after yourself
  7. Hi You are confusing things here as at present there is only an Order for Possession only and that Order for Possession does as you correctly mention stat 'There be no order as to costs' and it is for that Order for Possession Only. As I previously mentioned if you haven't left by that Order for Possession date for the Landlord to Evict you the Landlord need to apply to the Court for a Warrant for Possession and there will be cost to the Landlords which they will probably want to recover in that application for the Warrant for Possession but only a Judge can decide that and if after Warrant granted the Landlord can then use Bailiffs and can apply to the court to recover these costs also but again for a judge to decide. So at present you have an Order for Possession only with There be no order as to costs. If not left by Order for Possession date and Landlord applies to the Court for and is Granted a Warrant for Possession cost still to be decided by judge on Warrant for possession. Bailiff enforcement Fees if used to Evict you (note only once the Landlord has been granted a Warrant for Possession) will initially be paid by the Landlord but no doubt the Landlord will want these Fees back so they will more that likely apply to the Court to recover these costs from yourself.
  8. Hi If you haven't left the property by the date on the Order for Possession the Landlord will need to go back to the Court to apply for a Warrant for Possession. Once the Warrant for Possession is issued by the Court you will also be sent an Eviction notice with the date you must leave the property by and if you have not left by that date then the Landlord can use Bailiffs to Evict you. Note: with the above the Court will more than likely add these as cost on you for the Warrant for Possession (although the Landlord has to pay this when applying for the Warrant for Possession they will likely want these costs back) and Bailiffs costs if used to Evict if not left by that date but up to the Courts decision on these costs. Have a wee look at the below link: (go down to where it states 'Eviction notices and bailiffs' and have a read) Evicting tenants in England: Eviction notices and bailiffs - GOV.UK WWW.GOV.UK Information for landlords in England on tenant eviction: assured shorthold tenancies, including eviction notices, Section 21, Section 8, accelerated possession, possession orders, bailiffs
  9. Your thread hasn't run it's course as the compensation from the Housing Association is still unresolved until they agree to it and payment is in your bank account.
  10. Hi I have to agree with @dx100uk comments above the Landlord should be communicating in writing about this and keeping copies which they should be fully aware of as a Landlord. The Black on the walls and ceiling in the Bathroom will be Mould therefore a Health & Safety risk which the Landlord must now deal with otherwise the Tenant my claim Health issues and now my but does the Landlord have it in writing that they notified the Tenant that they must ensure to Open the Bathroom window to prevent a build up of condensation to prevent what has now happened. I do hope the Landlord does have that in writing and that the Tenant has Insurance and have they paid a a Tenancy Deposit at all (ensuring it is protected in a tenancy deposit scheme). The Landlord irrespective is going to have to deal with the black mould in the bathroom and get this fixed and maybe also consider installing an extractor fan in the bathroom to prevent this in future. As for the rubbish build up in the back garden and cellar simply write to the Tenant informing them that it is against there Tenancy agreement the build up of the rubbish in the back garden and cellar and they have XX days to remove this as it is a Health & Safety issue and a Fire Hazard. Sorry but as they are a Landlord they should be fully aware of their responsibilities as a Landlord and how to deal with situations like this. Something I feel the Landlord needs to do is a Full Property Inspection giving the correct notice to the Tenant to see what other Damage/Issues there may be in the Property
  11. Hi Right with any Complaint you make to any Housing Association there general Time Limit to initially acknowledge only receipt of your Complaint is approx 5 Days and if they fail to do this they have Breached there own Complaints Procedure/Policy. In your case with that Complaint made before you knew of the Notice to Quit Letter at the beginning of June 2024 and still no acknowledgement they have Breached there own Complaints Procedure/Policy. So what you need to do is write to them stating about that Complaint letter/email in June 2024 and even attach a copy of it and as they have failed to acknowledge your Complaint they have Breached there own Complaints Procedure/Policy and you now require that Formal Complaint to be escalated to to a STAGE 2 Complaint. It is good news that they have acknowledged your complaint about the Illegal Eviction as it will be interesting to see what excuse they try to use to get out of it or try to say it wasn't an eviction except it was so please keep us update on that. Must ask again which Housing Association are we dealing with?
  12. Hi That's great news that it has well IMO been resolved to a certain extent that the Satellite Dish has be aligned properly and you have your Sky Services that you are paying for back. Does that make up for your Loss of Service IMO NO you should be entitled to claim compensation from the Housing Association for this Loss due to the fact: 1. It was the Contractor Employed by the Housing Association working on the Building/Roof that caused the Satellite Dish to be put out of alignment 2. The first Contractor sent by the Housing Association could not access the Satellite Dish as it was on the Roof (which the Housing Association would have been aware of) and needed the keys to access the roof which the Housing Association failed to provide due to there Housing Officer being off work but couldn't be bothered to send another staff member to do this. 3. The Second Contractor was able to access the roof as keys provided by Housing Association and re align the Satellite Dish. The Housing Association are liable for this Loss of Service as it was there Contractor employed by them that initially caused the Satellite outage them further compounded by the next Contractor employed by them not able to fix the dish as they couldn't get access to the roof due to the Housing Association not giving keys then you had to wait for the next Contractor again employed by the Housing Association who was able to access the roof and fix the Satellite Dish. The Satellite Outage length of time to fix was caused by the Housing Association and you must also remember it is YOUR RENT PAYMENTS that are paying for these services of those contractors so just think how much it has cost the Tenants for those 2 Contractors to fix that Satellite dish when it should have been done the first time and who caused the issue the buck stops with the Housing Association.
  13. Hi Couple of links of interest for you: Supported Housing (Regulatory Oversight) Act 2023 WWW.LEGISLATION.GOV.UK Regulation of supported housing: next steps - Shelter England ENGLAND.SHELTER.ORG.UK The Supported Housing (Regulatory Oversight) Act 2023 came into force on 29 August 2023. The Act sets out to introduce changes to how supported exempt accommodation is regulated. Guide to Supported Accommodation Regulations including Quality Standards (Note: The below link is an automatic PDF Download) https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/media/6514400088281e000db4e965/Guide_to_the_supported_accommodation_regulations_including_quality_standards.pdf
  14. Hi As this is a Housing Association Property (Flat in a building) cam you clarify the following: 1. Is the Satellite Dish a Communal Dish for the entire Building? or If it is as above then so far you have don the correct thing by contacting the housing association to get this repaired but where they have failed is the person you contacted should have been aware that the satellite repair contractor would have needed access to the roof therefore requiring the key for access to said roof. You also need to complain to the Housing Association about their actions to date and your lose of service which has cost you and how they are going to compensate you for this loss of service which you are paying Sky for but have no access to due to the fault with the Satellite Dish likely caused by the contractors carrying out work on the building/roof when the issue happened. 2. Is the Satellite Dish your own Dish installed by Sky? If the Satellite Dish is your own Dish sadly this would be your own responsibility to put right even if it was the Housing Associations Contractors that caused the issue as no items should be afixed to the external of the building which is their property and not the tenants and any tenant would require their specific permission to attach a Satellite Dish to the external of the building.
  15. Hi irrespective they changed those locks whether you were or weren’t in the property it was an illegal eviction as no possession order from the courts just amend letter to suit about locks and instead of Housing Officer put that Manager title and name Again a Notice to Quit is only the start of any Housing Associations process to Evict a Tenant as they require a Possession Order from the Courts What they have done by changing those locks as i have pointed out is an illegal eviction and the Housing Ombudsman is not going to be happy they tried when we take this to them but first you need to get that Formal Complaint in Urgently about this to the Housing Association
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