Ron Adams

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Friday 13th September 2013


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Ron Adams

19:44 PM, 13th September 2013
About 8 years ago

Our flat could have caught fire

Write asking for compensation with your detailed timeline. Contact your local authority housing officer and explain your problems, invite a visit to examine the damaged trays etc. If you do not receive a reasonable offer from the agent, take action through the small claims court, you will get nothing by doing nothing.... Read More

Ron Adams

16:14 PM, 18th May 2013
About 8 years ago

Potential Deposit dispute - Question from a Concerned Tenant

It is very difficult once a tenant moves out. The bath could well have had this problem regularly, with a quick fix being applied between tenants- then each one being stung for a replacement bath. However that is bye the bye as a Landlord I have always tried to be fair and have tended to lose out regularly. The best way to avoid such things happening in the future is to conduct a thorough check with a photographic record so that there are no arguments. If, with your hand on your heart you feel that you have been hard done by, get in touch first with the council dept for multiple occupancy properties and in the end you can go to the small claims court for up to £500 for a small outlay. If your landlord is fair then he/she may negotiate (do not take the first offer) if he/she is not fair then it is quite possible that if you present a good case to the small claims court he/she will roll over and give in as it just too much of a hassle for some lazy people. Be objective, fair and firm- learn from it. Good luck.... Read More