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Thank you for the bottom of my heart. I can't tell you what this news means to me.
Just to clarify . . .. This form should have been presented to me to sign in 2003 before being presented with the assured shorthold tenancy agreement which I signed in ignorance. I was not informed it was a different type of tenancy.
Is this correct. Can you send me a link to this form. Should I now see a solicitor and get a renewed assured tenancy? very best regards
If he knows he is not letting on because yesterday he arrived by appointment with me and said he thinks I will have to vacate as he wants to turn the flat into bedsits! After 20 years. At the moment I have not laid my hands on the original tenancy agreement. Hopefully i will find it - its from 20 years ago. What is the situation if I cannot find it do you think. So appreciate your invaluable advice. Didn't sleep last night!
Hello i did not receive an answer to my response to you on 16 July 2015 07:39EST (see below)
My landlord visited me and said he thinks I will have to vacate as he wants to turn the flat into bedsits! After 20 years. At the moment I have not laid my hands on the original assured tenancy agreement. Hopefully i will find it - its from 20 years ago. What is the situation if I cannot find it do you think. I have read that in 1995 the tennancy agreement would have been an 'assured tenancy' unlless I was issued with a notice to say it was an assured shorthold tenancy. Is this correct. Also if it was already an assured shorthold tenancy he would not have had to issue me with this type of tenancy agreement in 2003. Look forward to your response. Your help has been invaluable. Susanne
Thank you for your swift response. Would the notice have needed to be signed by me. I have no recollection of this. Is the notice called legally the 'Form 8'. This is what I have read. Thank you again. Susanne
Ok thank you,
Going to a housing advice place this afternoon with letter I've written to landlord.
Thank you so much for your help. Is there a way I can speak with you specifically further down the line if necessary?
Just want to say that the service you have offered has been excellent.
AtCustomer - is that right.