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Hi, New to the forum but really need some advice.

My LL used to live in my house so has that added attachment to the property, including telling me how to clean the kitchen floor! I'm a busy working mum of 4, and while my house isn't always tidy it is certainly clean! We began to have problems with the boiler about a year ago. Twice we had engineers out to fix the problem. The third time it went the engineer called my LL and told him we needed a new boiler, he told the engineer to 'fix it up best he could'. The boiler then packed up completely and the LL told me to get some quotes for a new one which I did the same day. A week and a half later my boyfriend was visiting and decided to text the LL as he still hadn't fixed the boiler and we had no hot water and no heating. My boyfriend stated that I was well within my rights to withhold rent as a result of this. Lo and behold a gas fitter turned up the next day. Unfortunately the LL has now refused to let my boyfriend move in, bearing in mind this was probably about 6 months ago. I've tried to reason with him as without my boyfriends help with the children I can't work as much, ergo I can't afford the rent. We just want to build a stable family unit for the children but it seems his only reason is this one text. There are a multitude of problems with the house such as a leaking kitchen ceiling and illegal electrics that he keeps 'repairing'. I also thik he's been in the property when I'm not there.

 

Sorry to go on but I don't know where to go from here..

The other problem is my neighbour. She is a strange woman to say the least. She takes offense at the slightest thing. We had a couple of friends round for dinner, we were too noisy....my children were sleeping soundly upstairs! rather than pop round to say something is bothering her she calls the council which makes us look like we are awful neighbours. I know she has 2 young children, one of which is autistic so I take special care to keep noise to a minimum and turn a blind eye....or ear....when I hear her screaming obscenities at them. There are lots of things she complains about which seem minimal but it's becoming an almost weekly occurrence and I'm starting to get quite depressed and losing the will to fight back.

 

 

Again, sorry to rant so much but I'm at my wits end!

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Ok, with regard to your partner moving in, have a look at your tenancy agreement. Does it state how many people (adults and children) are permitted to live there? If it doesn't state anything, then the LL has no right to dictate to you who you have residing with you at the property, unless or until that person causes some sort of problem by being there. After all, if you married your partner, the matrimonial laws will take over and treat him as a joint tenant, loosely.

 

One thing I will say to you, I've said it to many women on here, do not, whatever the circumstances, try to get a joint tenancy with your partner. Even if your LL was minded to grant you one, think wise, keep the tenancy in your name, and let yourself have control of your own housing.

 

The neighbour, well, make a careful record for about 4 weeks, of all incidents she complains about, especially if you have visitors, note down who they are, what they are there for, and what time they arrive/leave etc. So that if she keeps making silly complaints, you will have a good record - if the allegations are false it won't belong before she slips up and accuses you of doing something at a time you were out. You could also note down, or better still record discreetly, the noise you are overhearing, or anything else that is happening to disturb you. Just as some ammunition if the Council do decide to listen to her - although if you are not causing these problems, the Council can monitor as much as they like and truth will tell.

 

By far the best way, and its worth a last ditch attempt, is to ask her in for a coffee, sit down and talk about it. And record that you have done this in case this upsets her even more - you can only try and be reasonable. Better that way than fighting for years to come!

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Thanks for the advice. I did try and sit her down and it was ok for a while then started again. It's all a bit of a moot point now anyway as the LL has served me notice (I've posted about this today as I had some questions about it)

 

I'll definitely take on board all you have said for future reference.

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Oh, what a shame, but this could be your way into social housing if you now go and make a homeless application.;) If you sit tight, jump through all their hoops, good could come out of this for you. Good luck and bye bye nutty neighbour!

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