All discussions tagged with: housing policy
All discussions tagged with: housing policy
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|Rights in temp accomodation||5||Last Post Posted Anonymously 11/07/2011 3:13 pm|
|Succession on Assured Tenancy||4||Last Post By sarahc 24/01/2011 11:53 am|
|Supported housing- the return of the slum landlord?||3||Last Post By Joe Halewood 18/11/2009 12:11 pm|
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posted Anonymously, 20/12/2013 8:06 pm in mutaul exchange 1992 housing have lost my deeds of tenancy
You cannot usually acquire the right to buy through mutual exchange if you were an assured tenant and the person you swapped with was a secure tenant. That doesn't mean you can't purchaseyour home though, depending on a number of factors. You may have the Right to Acquire. If the Housing Staff can't answer your query ask them to check with their solicitor.
posted Anonymously, 19/12/2013 4:29 pm in Have we got the right to buy?
Hi. Unfortunately you need to be clear what rights the person you exchanged with had as they hold the key to what rights you now have. Also, check your tenancy agreement as this should make it clear what type of tenancy you have now and providing you havent had a break in tenancy you should be able to resolve this. Post more on here if you can answer above questions and I can let you know what right you have. Have you asked your landlord? Why are they being wooly?
posted Anonymously, 16/12/2013 3:28 pm in Residents Training
Have you looked at www.bigpicturetraining.co.uk . They provide a range of training for residents with extremely good reviews.
posted Anonymously, 16/12/2013 8:50 am in snagging with reclaimed windows, 6 years late, and increase in estimated bill: what to do?
Yes, this must be it. Many thanks to you.
From Wayne Farnworth, 06/12/2013 9:33 pm in Anyone had any dealings with an agency Wilkens Bau?
wilkens bau is a scam and a low life
From Rose007, 04/12/2013 10:38 pm in Joint Tenancy, can i remove his name without his say so?
The tenancy agreement is a legal document so you cannot just have his name removed. yes you both remain jointly and severally liable for the rent however he would not be contacted for payment. correspondence would continue to be addressed to you both at your address. You state you cannot afford a court order. I hate to say it but he still has rights to the tenancy. If his relationship broke down and he decided to return home there is nothing you can do to stop him apart from go to the court. In addition if he decided he ...
posted Anonymously, 28/11/2013 10:19 am in passing on a Housing association flat to adult son
As an assured tenant there is no statutory right to assign. NS is right in stating that it will depend on the contractual rights contained in the tenancy agreement.
Now Jules' post is the same, not allowing comments:
Where is Tom?