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    #16
    Two related threads have been merged.
    I also post as Mars_Mug when not moderating

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      #17
      A judge will not care who has lied or not lied. You want to have ammunition to go back at their main points: - As Westminster has said, there is no diminution in the landlords reversion. Fair wear and tear would make the décor obsolete through lapse of time. Furthermore any allegations in relation to damage can simply be mitigated because there was no inventory at the inception of the agreement.
      [I]The opinions I give are simply my opinions and interpretations of what I have learnt, in numerous years as a property professional, I would not rely upon them without consulting with a paid advisor and providing them with all the relevant facts[I]

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        #18
        Thanku so much for all ur help. Forums like this have helped me loads. Fingers crossed everything goes well.

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          #19
          Originally posted by willygogs View Post
          Thanku so much for all ur help. Forums like this have helped me loads. Fingers crossed everything goes well.
          I'm sure you have nothing to worry about and it would be great if you update the forum with the outcome.

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            #20
            willygogs, your last post is incomprehensible as it does not gel with your OP
            You mention a deposit dispute action (separate story). Facts may be relevent.
            You claim no further ASTs signed after 2003, LL claims annual renewals.
            Who is correct? LL could have painted themselves into a corner.
            As for GSCs all you can do is report suspicions and provide supporting evidence, it is for Authorities to decide future action against LL.

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              #21
              No landlord hasnt claimed annual renewal?

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                #22
                Just to update my thread..... We lost our claim. The judge gave our landlords a good grilling and they stumbled and tripped up on many occassions. The judge dismissed there counter claim and said they could just keep the deposit as although he understood why we had decorated and he thought we had permision we didnt have written permission. He didnt seem to care the house had not been decorated in 8 1/2 years. So a lesson learnt to us!

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