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  1. Hi king12345, To be honest, I had a very long chat with ... today and he said that .... isn’t the violent type. However, ... has already threatened the newer tenant in the house and told him to pay his rent up to date or ... will fill his room with somebody else. This is threatening behaviour, but not verbally, its was sent via text message
  2. Hi there king12345, I was under the impression that the owner XXXXX can still acquire a letter from the solicitor to evict unwanted occupants and doesn't necessarily need tenancy agreements to do this. Are you sure that’s a good idea? As for not paying XXXXX, he would go mental, I kid you not! All I did was manufacture an A4 word document that showed how much the rent was and a signature from XXX and my self I told the council that the A4 was drafted by me and they still happily accepted it. However, I did try very hard to get eddy to sign it as he’s the o
  3. Hi stu007, I genuinely apologise, I’m not the best person to explain things to be honest. when moving into my current property, lee said he was going to act as my landlord instead of XXXX. However, XXXX is the real owner of the house and therefore should be my landlord, but he isn’t. XXXX wants to have nothing to do with me and when meeting eddy in the flesh, he made this very clear. Xxx and Xxxx were friends in the past and lee moved into the current house to help xxxx pay his mortgage. You see, xxxx lives in another city with his wife and left his friend Xxx th
  4. Hi stu007, XXX who was once XXXXXX friend, but not anymore after all this drama, doesn’t believe XXXXX is doing things legally. As it stands, the house we currently live in isn’t suitable for proper habitation. There are no smoke alarms in the house and the cold tap downstairs in the kitchen doesn’t work. There’s also hanging/lose electrical cables hanging in the kitchen. There’s a leak somewhere in the house with water dripping down the wall when it rains heavy. The front door needs fixing etc etc. At the end of the day, XXXXX knows about the house problems, but cho
  5. Hi There stu007, The house I currently reside has three paying tenants in total, but only the most recent tenant living in the property has some kind of tenancy agreement that eddy provided. However, I believe that tenancy agreement is meaningless and void. I’m also pretty sure eddy the owner is not a registered landlord and does things under the radar. I’d assume a registered landlord with three tenants should pay taxes, but don’t believe eddy’s doing this. When I originally moved into the property, I asked for a tenancy agreement and eddy wouldn’t give me one. The rea
  6. Hi There Everybody, I was wondering if someone can offer advice on the subject of a greedy/aggressive landlord called xxxx. 18 months ago, I moved into a low cost shared accommodation and made a deal with the live-in landlord for £300 per month with all bills included. My room was a small single bedroom and it pretty much met my needs. However, my live in landlord who is called xxxx isn’t the real landlord of the property. The real owner of the house was Lee’s friend called xxxx and it was brought to my attention that xxxxx does not deal with me. Furthermore, w
  7. I agree with what you say Shoelover and also agree with sillygirl1. My thanks go out to both of you
  8. Hi Sillygirl1, Based on what you’re saying, it seems one has little to worry about, but a breach of data protection could be a fine of up to £50,000. If I hypothetically earned something from this income, I’d happily see my benefits stop in order to receive a greater amount of money. This is all supposed of course.
  9. Hi There antone, The vacancies written down on my job log were applied for on my own accord. I had a feeling the jobcentre wouldn’t be able phone my contacts with out my permission. Surly, if they did check without my permission, I could seek legal advice? However, I think your right about the jobcentre having permission to check up on vacancies they offer their claimants, but they haven’t offered me any jobs lately.
  10. I have not been offered any interviews as yet and my job log only shows vacancies which I applied for through agencies. Hypothetically speaking, if the jobcentre phoned these recruitment agencies and checked if they received my CV, surly this is kind of illegal from a data protection point of view?
  11. Hi There, I was wondering if someone can advise me about the jobcentre and how far they can legally go when checking a claimant’s job search details. At this moment in time, I’ve exercised my legal right to forbid the jobcentre access to my online details and alternatively fill out a paper job log. I bring this paper job log with me when signing on each fortnight. When signing on this week, the jobcentre photocopied my paper job log and said they required a copy for themselves. However, I’m kind of worried the jobcentre will do the same thing again when signing on next ti
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