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Topher Bear

Minor Victory Against Landlord

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Due to the notice period ending on april 23rd and us only able to move into new property on 21st, this has caused a problem for our landlord. Our agents just tell up today they cannot do checkout on easter saturday. Landlords reaction was to want the keys back on Good Friday, he is told he is not legally entitled to this, much to his annoyance! Result is we do checkout on tuesday 26th and get to keep the place without rent for 3 extra days.

As I say, only a minor victory!

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A pissed-off landlord is always a win in my book.

My landlord is fine. My previous landlord was fine too and the one before that.

The only trouble i've ever had is with E.A./Letting companies !!!

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My landlord is fine. My previous landlord was fine too and the one before that.

The only trouble i've ever had is with E.A./Letting companies !!!

Likewise. I can imagine, though, that there are some b*stard landlords.

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Likewise. I can imagine, though, that there are some b*stard landlords.

No doubt...but at least you can move after 6 months. When you buy you can be stuck with your b8stard neighnours. :lol:

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