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I rent a flat out through a company called Northwood who give me guaranteed rent. The company that own the freehold charged me for breach of the lease by not telling them I was renting the property out despite the fact that e management company knew. I thought that was the end of it but a year on I have received another accusation of unauthorised subletting and another £157.20 charge.
Am I supposed to tell them every time the individual tenant changes? This is so,etching I do not know and as far as I am aware the main tenant is in fact Northwoods, which should be acceptable in terms of the freehold owner.
Has anyone else experienced this or have any advice? I do not really want to pay this money every time the tenant changes.
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