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From Ruth Hall, 24/04/2014 6:14 pm in Can right of way include a ramp for disabled tenant?
Thanks H4rdwork. I guess the question is, DO we need the neighbour's agreement, or would we have a right to have a ramp there in order to exercise our right of way -- there is normally a right to use a joint passageway to access your garden. Accessible properties are really in short supply, so although of course we have kept looking, it is hard to find one that doesn't have this or some other intransigent problem, which is why we thought we should check if we might have a right, as well as obtaining the agreement of the present neighbours. It's a ...
posted Anonymously, 04/04/2014 4:43 pm in mutual exchange
Thats should of read "children of different sex" not "same" sorry, its been a long day!
posted Anonymously, 11/03/2014 10:21 am in Lease extensions
Step 1 - call the leasehold advisory service, they will talk you through it all for free :).
posted Anonymously, 09/01/2014 11:53 pm in Penetrating damp
P.s I have not yet put this forward to my council and will be going to citizens advice tomorrow. I'm just asking for outside advice at the moment to see whether I actually have a leg to stand on!
Can this please be deleted as now sorted.
The simplest way forward would be for the residents to enter their own tender for the work the next time the contract is reviewed.
This is hard to see that homeless people are in numerious and we cannot do anything for them as it straight away needs government attention.
Just write you like to challenge and highlight only what you are challenging and ask to go Second Stage normally you sit down with the Director of the Departmnt with Large Housing Assc. small one' normally the Chief Executive come and vist you in your home
Possibly - but absence of comment can be more damaging if rumours are flying around. It's a damned if you do and if you don't type situation.
It's not usually a problem reviving an old order - the Court is just interested in if it's reasonable. Speak to the Court Office about the form and fee - they are very helpful.