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As I say the lease agreement actually expired last year, whether that is a factor or not I am not sure but he is a particularly unsavoury character. The invoice he has asked me to pay is payment for the windows which I have read is his responsibilty as a landlord. There is also a discrepancy on the invoice which he has refused to answer.
My main concern is that he is attempting to chase my girlfriend by sending her invoices to her home for payment ...is that not harassment?
Thanks for the reply.
Another issue is that whilst I was away on holiday he came into my shop pestering my sales assistant for a copy of the key, he returned on 3 separate days until she felt pressurised to hand a key over to him. Is he allowed to do this?
It is likely that he will take me to court for non payment as a result of the way the business is struggling. Will I be able to relate to the court his harassment of my girlfriend and the fact the previous tenant was locked out of his property containing hs property until his rent was brought up to date( that previous tenant is willing to testify as to his style of landlordship.? Plus the fact he has threatened me with a delapidation order despite my having spent over 10k on improving his property?
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