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Re: Another Sitting Tenant Problem

From: Jennifer J
Date: 09 Jan 2003
Time: 20:42:09
Remote Name: 195.93.32.11

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Sarah, I have a similar problem to yours (you have probably read my postings) but don't lose heart! I finally sought legal advice and have been much encouraged, apparently I DO have grounds for possession; firtstly I have grounds for possession because I inherited the property, rather than purchasing it with intention to rent out. The second is to do with my own living arrangements and not something I want to broadcast on a web site, but is to do with greater need - if you go and see a solicitor who specialises in landlord tenant issues, I am sure you will get useful information as I did. At the very least it would probably pay to have your solicitor write the Jobseeker people a letter explaining the legal issues! Good luck!


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