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You would put down the organisation named on the tenancy agreement that has signed it.
Therefore the title is Joe Blogs Esq trading as B Blogs.
Can I clarify anything for you about this today please?
In any event when you make the application if the title is wrong you can apply to amend it.
So if I have received a notice of forfeit by peaceable re-entry from B Blogs Limited under a letting agreement that was in the name of Joe Blogs Esq, B Blogs, not B Blogs Limited & the actual signature is just Joe Blogs ? therefore has a lawful peaceable re-entry happened ?
I feel I should be putting B Blogs Limited as that is the name on the notice of forfeiture, as such B Blogs Limited has no Letting Agreement or a clause for forfeiture by peaceable re-entry
If A has signed the contact and B has re-entered then that is not a proper re-entry as it needs to be the Landlord or agent.
Does that help?
Yes & No.....B Blogs & B Blogs Limited are 2 different legal entities as far as company law, perhaps I am being too literal as the notice of forfeiture from solicitor of B Blogs Limited states that B Blogs Limited as the client has forfeited my tenancy by peaceable re-entry. In the notice the solicitor also alludes to the fact that there are rent arrears but mistakenly forgot to put the amount after the £ sign & added to which an incorrect figure for rent is shown in the notice which includes an allowance for business rates, all in all a bit of a pigs ear for a formal legal notice given that this included Tort (Interference with goods) Act 1977 s 12 again the bailee being B Blogs Limited
Only the people who are named as Landlord can gain entry - only the other company can if they have been instructed.
If they are purporting to be the Landlord then you can sue them/
But the original relief must be against the Landlord proper, who is named on the tenancy agreement.
Does this help?
so you are saying ignore the notice of forfeiture & just