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  1. Hello, I'm disabled and live with my mum, mum has dementia and is currently in a nursing home for a while. Now I have asked the council (Havering) about staying when mum goes, my dad died in 1969 and I'm not sure whether he was the tenant and mum succeeded him or it was a joint tenancy or even if mum was the tenant, when dad died we where under a different council (Tower Hamlets). Now I don't know where I stand and it's very worrying. It is a 2 bedroom maisonette but as I am on dialysis I was hoping that I could have dialysis at home in the 2nd bedroom, along with the dialysis I have also h
  2. Hi, am hoping I can get some pointers about my situation. My mother died on 11 July this year, she lived in a 1 bed-roomed flat via Bradford Council (incommunities now) on a secured tenancy. She had been a council tenant since 1993 (although not the same house, but, the same tenancy as she did inter-tenant swaps) she was in her last property for 7 years. My nephew, her grandson, now 17 (well 18 tomorrow 13 October) has lived with her for several years, my mum pretty much brought him up, although not legally by adoption or anything. Now on the death of my mother we applied top
  3. Hi, I'd be very grateful if anyone can give me some urgent advice... To outline my situation - I live in a H.A. flat. My mother was the sole tenant, with an Assured tenancy. I moved in with her in 2005 as her carer. Mom died in June last year. Upon her death I applied for 'discretionary' succession. The H.A. refused, I believe unreasonably. I have documentary evidence to support my claim, including a letter of reference acknowledging my residence at the address, from the Housing Officer. The H.A. has threatened to change the locks several times & has issued me with a NTQ t
  4. Hi, I'd be very grateful if anyone can give me some urgent advice... To outline my situation - I live in a H.A. flat. My mother was the sole tenant, with an Assured tenancy. I moved in with her in 2005 as her carer. Mom died in June last year. Upon her death I applied for 'discretionary' succession. The H.A. refused, I believe unreasonably. I have documentary evidence to support my claim, including a letter of reference acknowledging my residence at the address, from the Housing Officer. The H.A. has threatened to change the locks several times & has issued me with a NTQ twic
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