Should landlords have the right to refuse DSS tenants?10:43 AM, 20th May 2019
About 4 weeks ago 124
I have now left my rental property where I was living and now moved to a new rental property, I discovered after leaving that I had left 5 valuable statues in a cupboard at the old property and have called and emailed my old landlords but they are not answering my calls or emails, I also gave them my mothers address as a forwarding address for any mail that got through the redirection and went to my old property and despite me being under MARAC which is a multi agency committee for people of high risk of domestic violence they are forwarding my mail to my ex husbands address, which I feel is being done maliciously and could put the children and I at serious risk.
For a background of my situation I was in a cottage for 17 months and in that time I had to live with penetrating damp and my landlord refused to fix the problem leaving me with only 2 of 3 bedrooms unusable and this meant I had to have two of my children sleep in my room, on leaving I paid my rent up to the 10th of the month (the day I left) and not to the end of the month as per my tenancy agreement. They also charged me £1200 for half a tank of oil a week after I moved in and would find ways of charging me more and more money with lawn cutting, hedge trimming etc etc none of which I asked them to do.
They were fully aware of my domestic situation and the need to keep my life private from my ex husband, so I feel they are doing this to somehow cause me upset and distress. Is there anything I can do about my statues and their behaviour regarding my post ?
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