Its a 3 bedroom house located in hampshire and yes i have never met the landlord and i do not want to neither, after all, its a fully managed property.. Regarding the toilet for instance (and this important to me as I can not invite many people I have a not operating guest toilet!) I have been writing them long time ago and they come with all sort of games playing with me and basically telling me the landlord would fix it if i agree to pay 50%. That is not acceptable, it was not working from day one I have moved in, and so they havent done anything although they are fully aware about this and other issues in the upper floor bathroom, I have even replaced some of the things myself and handed over the invoice with the please to have me reembursed, nothing. but now they are asking me for the full rent, which i will not pay, the house is not in the condition to reflect the full rent and since i have been ignored all the way when it came to ask for repair I really would like to cancel this contract in the smartest possible and legally best terms to do so and move out in end of July.. Thanks, Tom
Hi Thomas,I need in some part more clarification, may I email you later this evening after work please?thanks,Tom
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