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    N1 Claim form

    We need to get back rent owed from an old tenant of ours.

    She wrote and signed a letter stating she would allow us to take £75 out of her deposit each month to use towards the rent, however she did not pay us this.

    On the n1 claim form, what do I need to put for the 'Particulars of Claim'?

    Also, under breif details of claim, I have just written 'claim for rent arrears'. Do I need to write more than this?

    #2
    Tenants have left, but still owe rent

    We have quite a few teants who we've had to evict. However, they still owe us rent money.

    How can we get this money back?

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      #3
      Take them to court?
      Allow tenants to protect their own deposits. I want free money when they do it wrong

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        #4
        Two related threads have been merged.
        I also post as Mars_Mug when not moderating

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          #5
          Originally posted by AALandlord View Post
          We need to get back rent owed from an old tenant of ours.

          She wrote and signed a letter stating she would allow us to take £75 out of her deposit each month to use towards the rent, however she did not pay us this.
          A rather odd thing to agree. You'd be left with no deposit at the end of the tenancy, which is the whole point of a deposit.

          And what do you mean that she didn't pay? Are you still holding the deposit and she is refusing to agree to release it?

          On the n1 claim form, what do I need to put for the 'Particulars of Claim'?
          Keep in mind that you are explaining your claim to a judge who doesn't know anything at all about you or the claim. The purpose of the particulars is to explain, clearly, what your claim is for; the background circumstances, how much you are claiming and why.

          So you say you're a landlord and you rented a residential property to Miss X. You set out the details of the tenancy; the address, the amount of rent agreed, when it started and ended, etc. You say Miss X missed several rental payments (or whatever did happen) and that you are claiming £xx in unpaid rent.

          Also, under breif details of claim, I have just written 'claim for rent arrears'. Do I need to write more than this?
          No, that's fine.

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            #6
            http://tenancyanswers.ucoz.com/index...formation/0-53
            Section 8 is almost always cheaper than money claims.

            This applies to the above, and also any section 8 'money orders' you have been granted.
            http://www.guardian.co.uk/money/2010...force-judgment

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