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    Tenant suing for deposit Update

    Hi All, an update on my situation. My tenant is going ahead with suing me, even though the damage is obvious, and the date is for 5th November 2008, anyone got any barrels??. (only kidding!!). I have said I will have the Free mediation, just need to wait to see if the tenant will go for it or not. As for the Sky TV being installed, they (sky) say it is a matter between me and the tenant, after all she claimes she was the home owner, for those that cant remember, sky tv was installed without my knowledge and they made a right mess, damage inside and outside of the property. And cables All over the house, it looks Really unsightly. So if anyone has any ideas about that, please read my other thread, Thanks to all that hellped me with this one, i'll let you know the outcome. Neil

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