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  • Need advice
    Ginazx
    Hi there, I'm an ex tenant in a house of 9 and we were all informed today of charges being made against us for things like cleaning etc.

    A while back, the basement in our house flooded and the tenant was temporarily displaced to the living room. The landlord sorted out the basement etc....
    21-08-2017, 20:43 PM
  • Not every tenant has signed is the contract legally binding?
    REGS
    Hello,

    I come for help with two problems. Six other friends and I all found and decided on a student property. Six of us signed a contract and paid our deposits. We went into the estate agents and the lady said something about not having a complete contract yet (1 person missing). When...
    22-05-2017, 21:04 PM
  • Reply to Not every tenant has signed is the contract legally binding?
    buzzard1994
    3 months on this probably is of no interest - but since we never found out exactly what they had paid and what it was said to be for giving advice was difficult. This agent obviously want going to give them anything back without a fight because if they had been a decent agent they would have made the...
    03-08-2017, 06:06 AM
  • Reply to Not every tenant has signed is the contract legally binding?
    HantsAgent
    That term refers to an admin fee, not a holding deposit. They could be one and the same, but it's not uncommon for agents to take a payment of X to act as a holding deposit and then for that holding deposit to act as credit towards the balance of other costs (admin fee, rent and deposit).
    ...
    02-08-2017, 16:28 PM
  • Deposit claim
    agriengineer
    I'm looking for some advice regarding our student let.

    We were coming to the end of the tenancy and planned on moving out 10 days before the tenancy was due to end.

    The landlord came round to check the house and was happy with the condition of the house, just the odd minor...
    03-07-2017, 19:32 PM
  • Reply to Deposit claim
    jpkeates
    The practical outcome of tenancy deposit arbitration processes is that the arbiters are "above" the law - even if it's not theoretically (or legally) 100% accurate.

    When the parties selecting arbitration agree that the outcome of the process will be final and not appealed further...
    17-07-2017, 09:44 AM
  • Can LL deduct from deposit for this?
    spleenharvester4245
    Hi all.

    I've been living on an AST in an apartment setup for the past year, which is coming to an end shortly. The flat is basically a temporary construction within a house and hence furnished with fairly new (1-2 years~?), but incredibly cheap materials.

    One particular issue...
    16-07-2017, 21:48 PM
  • Reply to Can LL deduct from deposit for this?
    buzzard1994
    That sort of chair often causes damage to floors. you've been lucky before and when the damage first started you should either have stopped using the chair or bought a mat. So I would hold you liable for that. Dents under furniture will often come out again if you move the furniture, if they dont you...
    17-07-2017, 04:39 AM
  • Reply to Can LL deduct from deposit for this?
    AndrewDod
    Agree with mtg -- but having said that -- was the rolling chair provided by L? If not then it may be your problem. These rolling chairs can cause significant damage even to the best floor or carpet -- which is why they make special mats to protect the floor.

    If you bought the chair and...
    16-07-2017, 23:07 PM
  • Reply to Can LL deduct from deposit for this?
    mind the gap
    How do you know the ceiling mark was present at check in if you did not notice it? Either way, if it is a water stain it is unlikely to be your fault.

    The flooring - I agree, with you, it would seem to be unfit for purpose if ordinary furniture dents it.

    Simply dispute any...
    16-07-2017, 22:56 PM
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