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  1. This topic was closed on 09 March 2019. If you have a problem which is similar to the issues raised in this topic, then please start a new thread and you will get help and support there. If you would like to post up some information which is relevant to this particular topic then please flag the issue up to the site team and the thread will be reopened. - Consumer Action Group
  2. Hi. Was reading this thread with interest. Is the law saying that there is nothing we can do if they want to transfer our own funds about willy-nilly between our accounts WITHOUT our consent? Wouldn't this come under some sort of unfair term? My brother has now had this done to him by HSBC three times, now he is in a right mess and cannot afford to pay some bills (he has three children all under 10 to care for!) I know he will be able to claim any charges that arise because of this, but even so he now has no money.
  3. Nightmare4banks, The date of the assured shorthold tenancy agreement is 16 Dec 2003 for 6 months. He has found another place to live and needs to move in there by the 30th June, he just doesn't want to pay rent for a place he is not going to be living in unless there is no other way.
  4. Hi and thanks, That was my assumption also, but I don't know enough about the official/legal side of things to advise him without checking first. Can anybody else confirm these thoughts?
  5. Hi and thanks for your reply. If he leaves the property on the 30th June, does he still have to pay the rent up to the 13th July? He is not trying to get out of paying rent that is due, I was just thinking that if he moves out on the 30th June, shouldn't the liability for paying the rent stop seeing as he is no longer living in that property? And if the landlord had already served the standard two months notice, why shouldn't he be able to leave before that time?
  6. Hi My brother's landlord has given him the standard 2 months notice to leave his property (assured shorthold), which gave him until the end of July. He has now found another place and intends to move out by the 30th June. From what I understand he does not need to give any further notice to the landlord, or rather the agency dealing with it, but he called today to tell them that he will be vacating by the end of the month and the agency first of all said they would not let him do this, and then changed their mind and said that they require one months notice and he will be liable for the r
  7. Thanks for your input. They were given 7 days from the receipt of the letter. I have been informed elsewhere that that is plenty of time for them.
  8. So sorry if this has already been covered, but I have run several searches and can't seem to find anything. I sent my initial claim letter to Lloyds on the 20th April, giving them 7 days to respond. A letter arrived on my doormat yesterday from their solicitors, dated 26th April. It says that an amount over the agreed overdraft limit is owed to them, and that unless they receive payment within 7 days they are going to start court proceedings. The account in question has been excessively charged, thus overdrawn. I need to contact them to halt their own claim because the account is al
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