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hpcnnh

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  1. Marcus bank: Includes a bonus rate of 0.10% gross* fixed for 12 months Existing savers get this too. No need to open a new account.
  2. Whoops! Of course they are. Thanks for pointing out my stupidity. I'm cracking up. Too much wishing for an interest rate rise.
  3. Here are the last 12 months figures showing the latest ones just released by the ONS. Note the increase in RPI is 4.8% (75% annualised). Month RPI YoY% CPI YoY% Jul 2020 294.2 1.6 109.1 1.0 Aug 2020 293.3 0.5 108.6 0.2 Sep 2020 294.3 1.1 109.1 0.5 Oct 2020 294.3 1.3 109.1 0.7 Nov 2020 293.5 0.9 108.9 0.3 Dec 2020 295.4 1.2 109.2 0.6 Jan 2021 294.6 1.4 109.0 0.7 Feb 2021 296.0 1.4 109.1 0.4 Mar 2021 296.9 1.5 109.4 0.7 Apr 2021 301.1 2.9 110.1 1.5 May 2021 301.9 3.3 110.8 2.1 Jun 2021 304.0 3.9 111.3 2.5 Jul 2021 305.5 3.8 111.3 2.0 Aug 2021 307.4 4.8 112.1 3.2(46% annualised)
  4. Great job Sausage. I've been following this saga for a long time.
  5. I always know serial numbers and I show photos of them on my listings. There's no harm in photographing them but what are you going to do with them?
  6. Make sure you send it to address on the PayPal email which should be the same as the one on the Order Details. Send the tracking number to eBay as soon as you know it. Forget the photos and video - complete waste of time.
  7. It will make it more difficult to evict you without his copy of the tenancy agreement. It's a pity you can't find your copy either (no you can't).
  8. Excellent! It's the claim form N5B on which the landlord has to apply to the court which has changed - not the S21 form served to the tenant.
  9. This is the most up to date information I can find about evictions: https://nearlylegal.co.uk/2020/03/emergency-legislation-on-possession-claims/
  10. More info https://nearlylegal.co.uk/2019/04/the-end-of-section-21/
  11. Assuming you're in England or Wales the deposit had to be protected within 30 days of receipt either by the landlord or his agent. Even if he returns all of your deposit so he can serve a (possibly) valid S21 notice you can still sue him for non-protection and I believe you have six years from the date by which the deposit should have been protected.
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