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    • Hi, So I've been living in a Housing Association property for the last 3 years. I've had problems with Anti Social Behaviour in 2022 which were reported several times but were not dealt with. Also, no matter whether its winter or summer the whole place gets infested with mould, in over 20 years of renting, ive never seen anything like it. I've cleaned it off so many times and used all sorts of things on the walls and repainted more times than I can count, this place has also become rusty. Its impacted my health whilst I have been here and again it wasn't resolved. The Housing Association have form for not dealing with people's mould and damp issues. Recently I received a hand delivered letter from the Housing Association giving me a Notice To Quit and 4 weeks to leave. Apparently the reason for this is that they've done an investigation and suspect that this isnt my main residence, this isn't correct, I have witnesses to prove this and my Daughter stays here regularly. I'm not challenging the notice because in a way they've done me a favour by evicting me, as its affected my health living here. Can I leave when the notice ends? I feel I can't stay here any longer, and also I don't want the costs from a Possession Order being thrown on me. I am pretty baffled by the Housing Associations actions though. I am trying to secure private rented accommodation but this is proving tough. Thanks for reading.
    • never a real issue - hearsay complaint raised with police by senior poop for political advantage and to try and deflect perception from their own multiple and far worse (even if raynors was real, which it wasn't) abuses   .. promoted by shallow end of the gene pool tabloids and similarly shallow end poopy cheerleaders - amazing how little they report/retort about the wingnuts many extreme abuses eh?
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      The judge's reasoning is very useful and will certainly be helpful in any other cases relating to third-party rights where the customer has contracted with the courier company by using a broker.
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