How to claim more than the deposit!

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    #16
    Excellent advice (and amusement!)

    Bedtime now.

    Thanks all.

    J B

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      #17
      Another thought - doesn't 'the law', say that LL must take 'reasonable steps' to get a new Tenant, which we have successfully done.
      there isn't an obligation on a LL to mitigate his losses by seeking a new tenant.

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        #18
        Originally posted by fthl View Post
        there isn't an obligation on a LL to mitigate his losses by seeking a new tenant.
        Not a law, just common sense.
        I offer no guarantee that anything I say is correct. wysiwyg

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          #19
          true, not point sueing the man that has nothing. A bird in the hand etc.

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            #20
            So, here we are three months later (sorry to resurrect this) and we have good news.

            The dispute was sent to TDS on 20th October and finally today we have a cheque for £725

            I've just gotta decide whether to bother going for the other £350 that I reckon they owe (which includes £25 pcm admin fee x 4 months = £100) or whether to call it a day.

            I'll stew on it for the weekend and see!!!

            Thanks all for your help
            J B

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              #21
              Worth at least writing to them saying you are going to sue them, and laying out your claim. Now they have lost with TDS they might have been given a wake up call that their case has as much substance as a 'celebrity' on reality tv.

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