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03-06-2020, 20:07   #1
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Landlord not sharing address and Tenancy Notice Period

Original post was messed up and hence taking off content. Will either add new content or requst mod to remove it.

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03-06-2020, 20:30   #2
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The LL does not have to provide their contact details if there is an agent acting on their behalf.

See Landlord Responsibilities:

https://onestopshop.rtb.ie/beginning...ponsibilities/
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The LL does not have to provide their contact details if there is an agent acting on their behalf.

See Landlord Responsibilities:

https://onestopshop.rtb.ie/beginning...ponsibilities/
You seem to have one of the rest of the post. Agency told tenant to ask for address, after they’d asked for it.
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You rented from an agency who was acting on behalf of the landlord.

You send all notifications to them
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The LL does not have to provide their contact details if there is an agent acting on their behalf.

See Landlord Responsibilities:
We were informed that it is LL Managed property.

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The LL does not have to provide their contact details if there is an agent acting on their behalf.

See Landlord Responsibilities:

https://onestopshop.rtb.ie/beginning...ponsibilities/
There is an agent in place. There is no need for the LL address to be provided to you.

Serving notice to the agent fulfils the notice obligation.
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You rented from an agency who was acting on behalf of the landlord.

You send all notifications to them
I did email them with notice, with no firm date as I assumed it is fixed per lease agreement. LL & myself got involved on a chat where we discussed Rent reduction. Agency was not even in loop.

How can they say, notice starts from now.

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There is an agent in place. There is no need for the LL address to be provided to you.

Serving notice to the agent fulfils the notice obligation.
My bad if that is the case :-(

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You seem to have one of the rest of the post. Agency told tenant to ask for address, after they’d asked for it.
If the Agent is acting on behalf of the LL and their contact details are on the lease agreement, that is who the op should contact when serving notice, not the LL. I doubt the letting agent can give the LLs address without the LLs permission, the op could have asked the LL directly for this when they spoke.
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If the Agent is acting on behalf of the LL and their contact details are on the lease agreement, that is who the op should contact when serving notice, not the LL. I doubt the letting agent can give the LLs address without the LLs permission, the op could have asked the LL directly for this when they spoke.
Why did they tell them to ask for the LL address then?
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If the Agent is acting on behalf of the LL and their contact details are on the lease agreement, that is who the op should contact when serving notice, not the LL. I doubt the letting agent can give the LLs address without the LLs permission, the op could have asked the LL directly for this when they spoke.
Point taken

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Why did they tell them to ask for the LL address then?
Presumably because they were not in a position to give that information, but of course the LL himself can.

The RTB site says that an Agent acting on behalf of a LL can deal with termination of tenancies.
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If the Agent is acting on behalf of the LL and their contact details are on the lease agreement, that is who the op should contact when serving notice, not the LL. I doubt the letting agent can give the LLs address without the LLs permission, the op could have asked the LL directly for this when they spoke.
Why LL playing the card that LL- OP had discussion was in progress and hence they will not consider original notice

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Presumably because they were not in a position to give that information, but of course the LL himself can.

The RTB site says that an Agent acting on behalf of a LL can deal with termination of tenancies.
No, the angecy told them to ask for the LL address when they called asking for notice. Go back and read the OP as you’ve only cherry picked what you want at this stage.
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No, the angecy told them to ask for the LL address when they called asking for notice. Go back and read the OP as you’ve only cherry picked what you want at this stage.
I’ve read it, it’s kinda hard to follow. I’m trying to see if the op has actually served written notice of termination to anyone. The RTB allows for an Agent to act on the LLs behalf, the op has their details and should really have just sent the notice to them.
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