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  1. Help needed CAggers! I've got a situation on my hand that I need some advice with - I'm a tenant and have been for a few years under a periodic tenancy or month to month. I receive housing allowance and have paid that to the landlord in excess for the years that I've been in residency. The landlord is saying that I owe arrears however, based on the lease we signed when I moved in, the rent I pay the landlord is far in excess to the lease. The landlord wants to serve me notice to say that I am arrears (a section 8) but he claims he wants my employers to pay the arrears as my ho
  2. Hi guys, I think I’ve got a good idea on what to expect but just want to get some general feedback on my position. Apologies in advance, I have been known to get a bit long winded. I will be defending against a county court claim for possession for rent arrears at a hearing on Tuesday 7th May. The claim is made for possession under Grounds 10 and 11 of the Housing Act 1988 Section 8 as amended by section 151 of the Housing Act 1996. The tenancy is an Assured Non-Shorthold Tenancy with rental of £84.47 payable weekly in advance on a Monday & the total arrears claimed is £675.
  3. Hi Everyone, I moved into my previous flat in May 2003 and I paid 4 weeks rent in advance and £500 deposit, both by cheque. The rent was increased once in 2012. I have never missed a payment during my tenancy there. I duly gave 4 weeks’ notice on 10/12/12 and moved out on 05/01/13. I didn’t pay any rent after giving the notice. Now the landlord is saying that their ledger is showing that I am in arrears and if I can’t prove otherwise I owe them 4 weeks rent. I don’t have the old bank statements or the cheque book anymore nor do I have an account with that bank. Can anyone please advise
  4. hello i recently applied to go on the housing register and i recieved a letter saying i owed £202.08 from a house i had 18 year ago at that time i had been in prison and i was told i had to leave my property in 4 weeks but when i was in prison i filled out the proper forms so the council get there housing benefit and rent for 6 months so i did'nt lose my house while i was away but they still say i owe this and theres nothing i can do about this but i dont feel that i owe this money as i done everything i was supposed to to make sure my rent was paid while i was in prison and ive been told tha
  5. Back in May I entered upon a tenancy agreement with my landlord of 12 months, on this day he told me that he was rushing to much so i had to skim through it and sign without being given time to read the agreement thoroughly. A month later people whom i have had mutual contact with moved into the property. I asked the landlord to make a new tenancy for said tenants but he failed to do so. This resulted in all the debt falling on me. The people i shared the property; one owes me over £1000 and the other two owe me over £500, this is the first problem I have as i do not know how to get them t
  6. (Sorry, I posted this in the Legal Issues forum, before realising this was more appropriate). Hi, I really need some advice quick, if I'm to stave off a possession order - would appreciate anybody's input! Two years ago, due to the recession, my business collapsed, and I got into rent arrears. Eventually, things began to pick up slightly, and in addition I took a part-time job to guarantee that I could at least pay the rent. Although my income is now stable, it wasn't enough to clear the arrears, just pay the actual rent from month to month, with a little bit extra added to
  7. Hello, My co-tenant and I are currently in a dispute with the landlord regarding, among other things, repairs not being carried out, harassment by the landlord, and an unprotected deposit. For this reason, we have withheld the rent until we get full legal advice and are now in arrears of 2 months. Last week the landlord had a solicitor send a letter addressed ONLY to my co-tenant (not sure if it's by first class or second class mail as it says Postage Paid and a whole lot of numbers) serving a Section 8 Notice (with grounds 8, 10 and 11) with two weeks notice to pay the rent until Co
  8. Hi, I really need some advice quick, if I'm to stave off a possession order - would appreciate anybody's input! Two years ago, due to the recession, my business collapsed, and I got into rent arrears. Eventually, things began to pick up slightly, and in addition I took a part-time job to guarantee that I could at least pay the rent. Although my income is now stable, it wasn't enough to clear the arrears, just pay the actual rent from month to month, with a little bit extra added towards the arrears. Six months ago, the landlord (a property management company) gave me notice
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