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Tenancies in Eng/Wales: Guides for landlords and tenants

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  • hazyjohazyjo Forumite
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    Gmj wrote: »
    My 12 month contract ends 23rd July, I intend to renew my contract for a further 12 months. The property goes back on the market 8 weeks before this date (28th May). Is there any way I can get around paying admin fees to sign my new contract? Do I have to risk someone else signing for the property between 28th May and 1st June in order to get out of paying the fees?
    agrinnall wrote: »
    Please start a new thread of your own where your questions can be addressed, this thread is for information only.
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    hazyjo wrote: »
    See below.

    Originally Posted by agrinnall viewpost.gif
    Please start a new thread of your own where your questions can be addressed, this thread is for information only.
    I appreciate the thought, but it's a lost cause!
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    BethJonesBethJones Forumite
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    edited 21 January at 4:29PM
    fabulous , thanks for the info
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    I would like to do my own inventory on my 2 bed unfurnished flat.   Does anyone have any  good apps that they have used to do this and if so what is the cost ? Thanks 
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  • edited 6 March at 5:37PM
    csgohan4csgohan4 Forumite
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    edited 6 March at 5:37PM
    MSE what have you done and messed up the links? If your hot on removing alleged out of date links, have you bothered to check they are actually in date or provide info for would be posters ?

    I suggest a message to G_M To politely check links are correct which they are, or do them yourself

    In the meantime posters should use:

    https://england.shelter.org.uk/housing_advice

    You are also having double standards, why aren't the other sticky also redacted  with the usual outdated links stuff?

    https://forums.moneysavingexpert.com/discussion/4930313/house-buying-important-threads/p1 
    "It is prudent when shopping for something important, not to limit yourself to Pound land/Estate Agents"

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    oldbikeblokeoldbikebloke Forumite
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    edited 6 March at 6:39PM
    csgohan4 said:
    MSE what have you done and messed up the links? If your hot on removing alleged out of date links, have you bothered to check they are actually in date or provide info for would be posters ?
    I suggest a message to G_M To politely check links are correct which they are, or do them yourself
     
    unfortunately he / she will be unable to read it for a 3 letter reason. We should all write to MSE towers and ask them to magic up staff who can do a replacement as that really would be miraculous.
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    Its a shame they couldn't have met for tea and cake :(
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