Government forcing landlords to house non-paying tenants for lengthy periods11:18 AM, 15th September 2020
About 6 days ago 39
I am landlord with a case on deposit. The tenancy started april 2008. I protected the tenancy and I also informed the tenant about it by writing in a letter below and then enclosed the DPS confirmation. I now notice there is a format that is set on the deposit prescribed information. In addition the tenant denies I ever informed him about it.
I am enclosing the deposit details (money paid on your behalf to me as your deposit) just for your information. I have permission from the council to deduct for any damages you may cause to the property during your tenancy.
Any balance or if no damages to deduct I should pay it all back to barnet council after your tenancy. Barnet council is recorded as the third party in this case although it is not showing.
I am taking this opportunity to wish you a good stay at …….. I have given you before but no harm in doing it again. My house telephone is ……… in case of any problems. Please forward all my mails to: ……..
My question is where do I stand chance or I am caught up for a heavy penalty?
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