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Its all over..Nottingjham Community Housing Association have successully had my cl;aim for comepsanation for failing to provide the standards of care and support expected in their sheltered housing scheme thrown out on a legal technicality! . What a Farce. Social Housing? I dont Think So..and i have to pay half their costs!
From Sarah Adams, 16/11/2014 3:46 pm in Is there an obligation to carryout gas & electric safety checks on Mutual Exchanges
I do apologise if I am interupting anyones conversation (first time using this website)
From Paul Kennedy, 12/11/2014 6:11 pm in Is a Housing Association / Housing Co-operative tenant
One point worth mentioning - a tenant who owns property elsewhere will not be entitled to Housing Benefit.
I am in a hotel i cant get it re directed here i asked.
From Bob Tenant, 24/10/2014 2:37 pm in forced to end assured tenancy to start a joint one
I'm not sure how tenancy procedures go in your sector, as I'm used to deal with landlord - tenant or agent - tenant direct relationships. However, a joint tenancy means exactly that 50/50 on everything regarded to the property in question.
can anyone tell me if there is a way to link 2 posts of similar stories ?
From Stranger, 13/10/2014 1:59 pm in Section 13 notice under the 1993 Leasehold Reform Act (as amended)
Section 13 relates to the right to collective enfranchisement, which is the purchasing of the freehold by the collective leaseholders in a building.
Thank you for the replies! I will keep an eye out.
posted Anonymously, 17/09/2014 7:59 pm in Leaseholders' Obligations - Gas Safety
I have a 90 year lease tenancy as a co-op tenant how does this affect me and can you please provide me with any law associated to your comments please. I do have an interest in this. Thank you.
Just to point out about "one of society's most vulnerable" : Addiction is an illness. Now, some addicts do terrible things and cause havoc. If this is the case then eviction should follow, but only after a recommoendation that the said addict go into recovery. There is a big difference between an active addict and someone clean and sober and causing no trouble. The second is a vulnerable person deserving of support. The first is generally a neighbour from hell.