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Comms69 wrote: »
Trust G_M, Pixie, (me)
I'm not judging anyone else because lots of people has been correct, but if you get 2 of the 3 saying the same thing you're onto a winner.
Jm90 wrote: »
I had another call from the estate agents today, saying the landlord is still returning and wants the house back by the end of November, he has offered to pay our moving costs upto the total of £300 for us to leave.
I said we have a tenancy and she said yes, until Feb, so I said that the one I have here which is until August which she said she would check.
However when she came back just said to talk it over with my husband about moving, no more mention of the tenancy length.
Pixie5740 wrote: »
You have 2 choices.
1) Stick to your guns and see out your legally binding 12 month AST.
2) Present your terms for agreeing an early surrender. I can guarantee that if the shoe were on the other foot the landlord would want more than an extra £300 if you wanted to end the tenancy early. If you are prepared to move early you tell them when you're prepared to move i.e. you could move out next month and pick a number greater than £300.
Jm90 wrote: »
Am I within my rights to have the locks changed without permission from them?
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