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Re: Joint tenancy or single

From: rachelK
Date: 13 Aug 2002
Time: 12:00:37
Remote Name: 212.19.93.30

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They don't all know each other. I was previously living in the house with a friend of mine as a lodger. I have now moved out and my lodger has decided to stay (as I was going to get in 3 people who all knew each other)and find 2 other people to share with him. He has advertised and found them. They have all met together and are happy to all live together. If they want single agreements then I'm not really bothered but I want to check out the pitfalls. ie if one of them stops paying then presumably I can give that person notice to quit (after 2 months) whilst the others can stay? How would I find out if I would have to register the house for multiple occupancy? What is involved? There are no fire doors etc and no seperate entrances - the front door opens into the living room and one bedroom is off the living room with the other bedrooms at the top of the stairs. To get to the bathroom you have to go through the living room etc.


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