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    Tenant left voluntarily owing rent

    (approx. £4,500, rent £500pcm).
    LA agreed to £60 pcm, without ref to LL.
    At that rate it will take T over 6 years to repay the debt.
    + £1200 for billable T damage.
    Is there any way LL can increase the monthly repayment?

    #2
    I'd accept that IIWY. Tenant will presumably have rent to find on another place, so won't have massive amounts to repay you every month.

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      #3
      The agent's action bind the landlord I would think. Whether you have cause for an action against the agent if the agreement wasn't a power you have given them, and whether any such action is advisable is a different question.
      I am not a lawyer, nor am I licensed to provide any regulated advice. None of my posts should be treated as legal or financial advice.

      I do not answer questions through private messages which should be posted publicly on the forum.

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