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The neighbour and I are on good terms now. Because of a previous dispute with the neighbour, my housing association ASBO officer had given me a cautionary warning in writing. I do want the exchange to go through but because, I have the cautionary ASBO warning on my tenancy record which in theory is a breach of my tenancy agreement, I am wondering if the new landlord, which is a different housing association, will refuse my application for a mutual exchange because they have to know from my present landlord, about the cautionary warning that they had issued to me 8 months ago. I am worried the the mutual exchange cannot go ahead because no landlord likes to see a past breach of tenancy when considering whether the mutual exchange can be granted. I obviously have a slur on my record over some useless sentence that I had used against my neighbour.
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