As a Landlord in the General Election I intend to vote for:14:07 PM, 4th November 2019
About A week ago 97
I can’t seem to find out if the Local Authority Bond deposit system is a nationally applied guideline, or if each LA has their own rules coming off from the guidelines. Anyone have any knowledge in this field?
My question refers really to claiming against the Bond at the end of a tenancy. Can I claim from the deposit bond, court fees that have been directly incurred from the tenant not moving out when given a S21? The Council tell them to stay so they do, but then that means I have no choice than to progress with courts etc…
Inevitably the tenants I have haven’t got a penny to their name so even if the courts state they must pay the accelerated fee of £355 then the subsequent bailiff cost of £140, its not going to happen.
In this case can I claim that back via the Bond deposit?
Will the council argue back that this isn’t directly rent arrears or damage to the property which is what normally a Bond details?
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