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Unregistered HMO for AST tenants

Maybe It appears to be an HMO on its face, but that doesn't mean it needs to be registered. Some types of landlords are exempt but, given that it is now registered, the landlord here probably isn't ...
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UK: What legal rights/dispute resolution methods are available to Licensees regarding their deposits?

As mentioned in the comments, first check if it actually an assured tenancy and not a mis-described licence agreement. If it is a licence agreement then deposits are not protected in the same way as ...
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Landlord knowingly charges a smaller amount than originally discussed. Is tenant obligated in the difference?

In New-Jersey, The tenant has the sole responsibility to pay the rent amount A tenant has the responsibility to pay the full amount of rent on time. As well, a landlord can't force payments to be ...
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