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  1. Hi during the really windy weather someone had left the front door of our block of flats open. It came off. So now we have no block front door. It has been like this since October! I have asked the landlord multiple times to fix this as rats keep coming into the block. (It’s a small 2 story block with 4 flats in he owns them all). Just wondering if there is anything I can do to make him fix this asap. thanks.
  2. Hi All I have verbally agreed for a rental increase with my tenant and would like to document this agreement in a legitimate manner. The original Short term tenancy agreement is already more than a year old. My understanding is that we do not necessarily need to have a new one as it can continue on a rolling basis. Moreover, the tenant consistently delays the rent and I have warned him that any delays from here on would mean me serving a notice for eviction. Therefore , I would like to not have a new agreement in place to avoid locking myself into a break clause all over again. Instead, I would like to go for an addendum of sort for the original agreement just confirming the agreement on the new rental figure. Questions - am I missing anything ? What could be the simplest format to get that in writing and make it legally binding ? Thanks in advance.
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