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    dont give up!

    just an update

    our ex-ll has agreed as of today that we can have our full deposit back.
    In her eyes its because we are a right pain in the backside and she wants rid of us!

    But in reality its because of you guys for the advice you have given us.
    We thankyou!!!!

    to other tenants;

    Take photos of everything.
    Write everything down,phone conversations,txts,and face to face conversations.
    Gather all the evidence possible and dont give in!

    Expect abuse and agression,we got it all,even disability discrimination.

    Read up on the legal stuff and quote what sections the breaches are,
    Goodluck to other good tenants out there,and you bad LL you need to know the facts before treating us with contempt.

    #2
    Do not let those whose birth certificates bear examination grind you down!

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      #3
      Originally posted by Lawcruncher View Post
      Do not let those whose birth certificates bear examination grind you down!
      hehe,im not sure what you mean?
      ive just said to read all the legal stuff,but i dont understand oops

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        #4
        His mind opeates on a different level - don't worry! I think he means that a father's name may be lacking...
        Unshackled by the chains of idle vanity, A modest manatee, that's me

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          #5
          Originally posted by islandgirl View Post
          His mind opeates on a different level - don't worry! I think he means that a father's name may be lacking...
          ok that makes me feel intelligent again!

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            #6
            Originally posted by shelly67 View Post
            and you bad LL you need to know the facts before treating us with contempt.
            I doubt this is worth saying to those LLs
            If someone is a bad & contemptuous LL, their chief MO is to ignore the facts & the right way of treating people, all people.

            Things are a lot better than they were in the period leading upto the 1980's.

            Nowadays, crummy landlords are in the minority and standards of LL conduct, as well as the quality of accommodation offered, have risen markedly.
            Natural selection is a wonderful thing
            You shall know them by their fruit
            Saying "Never say never", says it

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              #7
              Originally posted by Scrungy View Post
              I doubt this is worth saying to those LLs
              If someone is a bad & contemptuous LL, their chief MO is to ignore the facts & the right way of treating people, all people.

              Things are a lot better than they were in the period leading upto the 1980's.

              Nowadays, crummy landlords are in the minority and standards of LL conduct, as well as the quality of accommodation offered, have risen markedly.
              yes i suppose your right,bad LL wont care if they are doing wrong.And yes in the 1980s i had a LL who sent his sons round to intimidate and threaten to physically move me from a grotty studio flat because the rent was assessed by the fair rent office.

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