Shelter’s Income and expenditure figures highlighted13:57 PM, 4th February 2019
About 3 weeks ago 35
I have been told by the Directors that I am breaking the terms of my lease by having Laminate/wooden floor instead of carpet and sub-letting the flat out.
However I have found 6 instances from recent flat sales in the same block that have wooden flooring and I have also identified other landlords in the premises. I have highlighted this and have been told that some of the flats with wooden flooring are ground floor flats so it doesn’t impact anyone.
How can they apply the terms of the lease to me and not to the rest? Appreciate I am breaking the terms, but then so is everyone else.
Have the Directors got a leg to stand on if they take me to court for not complying. I am collecting property particulars from Rightmove showing the flats with wooden flooring and details of other landlords.
Any advice or guidance in this matter would be appreciated
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