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    • Attachments (Exhibits)   FTMDave and I have called them "Attachments" but I note Andyorch used the term "Exhibits".  I don't think it makes any difference which you use but perhaps Exhibits is more correct.  Whichever you use, make sure you use the term consistently.  (i'm going to use Attachment for now).   You use Attachments as supporting evidence for things you mention in the numbered particulars of your claim.  Might be a report from a third party or a quote from a third party.  In the relevant numbered particular of your claim you refer to the appropriate Attachment supporting that part of the claim.  eg like this "(See Attachment A)".   You can use numbers or capital letters to identify each Attachment.  I don't think it matters which but be consistent in your usage.   It helps if the Attachments are organised and incorporated into your claim in a logical sequence.  (eg A, B, C etc)   Make sure each attachment is clearly labelled "Attachment A"  etc.   If it is not immediately clear to the reader what an attachment is, put a brief description.  Eg "Quote from XXXXX Ltd to complete unfinished plastering" or whatever.  Make sure the reader can understand what each attachment is.   Ideally each Attachment will be no more than one page.  So you can make the labelling of attachments even clearer by labelling them "Attachment A  -  page 1 of 1" etc etc.   If an attachment is longer than one page you label it "Attachment A - page 1 of 2" and then "Attachment A - page 2 of 2", or whatever it is.   By doing all that you are making it easier for the judge to follow - and you want the judge on your side...   Now - what you've posted in #109 is helpful because it adds up to to £16577.  Which is good.  But if I were the judge, I'd want to know where the individual items come from.     So what you have posted in #109 should - I suggest - be your final attachment.  Let's call it "Attachment H" for now.  So at the end of your particulars of counterclaim where you say you are claiming £16577 from the defendant, you put the reference "See Attachment H".   The judge then looks at Attachment H and sees a total of £16577.  What you then need on Attachment H next to each individual item on there, is a reference to which earlier Attachment that item comes from.  eg "See Attachment C".  The judge can then look at Attachment C and understand where the item on Attachment H comes from.  By doing that rigorously and methodically for each item on Attachment H you are justifying each item and the total of £16577.  Yes?   Your schedule in #109 is OK but raises questions that need answering.  eg: spelling as spotted by Honeybee13 Grand total as spotted by Honeybee13 TBA or estimates as per my previous post and Honeybee why is it in two separate sections (£8577 and £8000)? The item numbering is absolute garbage At the end of the day it is going to be the detail (or lack of detail) in your attachments that will win (or lose) you the case.  It has to be just right and you have to be consistent.  It has to be logical, methodical and consistent so it can be understood immediately.   I don't want you to give me answers to these questions.  I want you to act on them.   As I said earlier, don't post any more work you have done for now.  Wait until FTMDave is back this evening so we are all working from the same page at the same time.   If Andyorch or FTMDave suggest anything that disagrees with me, go with what they say.  They know more than me.   (I suspect one of them might suggest some kind of contents list identifying and listing all the different attachments)    
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This morning I have received a letter from my landlords asking me to go in and sign some paperwork. It states that when the Housing Trust took over the stock from the Local Council I was in rent arrears so I remained a Secure Tenant. They are now offering me an Assured Tenancy that will be backdated to 2004.

What is the difference between a Secure Tenancy and an Assured Tenancy? I don't want to be signing anything if it affects my rights.

Thanks in advance.

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Dont even go there is my opinion - this will erode your security of tenure. They certainly cannot under ANY circumstances backdate a tenancy so god only knows what they are talking about.

 

Presumably the landlord is a social landlord - i.e. housing association or similar?

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Dont even go there is my opinion - this will erode your security of tenure. They certainly cannot under ANY circumstances backdate a tenancy so god only knows what they are talking about.

 

Presumably the landlord is a social landlord - i.e. housing association or similar?

Thats what I was worried about Mr Shed.

The letter says

When we transferred over from the Borough Council to the Housing Trust(HA) you were not offered a new tenancy as you were in rent arrears and so you remained a secure tenant.

You may now be offered an Assured Tenancy. This will be backdated to 02 February 2004.

Please can you contact me ASAP so we can sign the necessary paperwork.

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This sounds like a right can of worms.

 

Clearly a stock transfer has taken place. Did you ever receive formal notification of change of landlord?

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By trade - I'm an IT engineer working in the housing sector.

 

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