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assured shorthold tenancy agreement
20 of july
in a terms and conditions of offer we agreed: landlord to removed both couches in the living room and provide new ones, carpet on the stairs to be carpet clean, main bathroom and kitchen to be decorated, landlord to removed all three beds in the propety, property to be professionally cleaned,
when we went for the check in the house was not clean the carpet wasn't either the sofas were the same he just put a new cover they left
old matrees at the entrance and old sofas but rubish in the garden.
the statr agent said that they
if I refused to take the property and he keep the deposit, can I leave it just losing the deposit or it we are liable for more expenses?
Ididn't take any picture but the check in company took more than a 100 pictures, can we ask for that report?
last question, if we take the house can we ask to deduct from this month rent the days they taking the give the property in a the conditiond we agreed for? we paid the rent from the 20th
We refused to take the house and the state agents keeped the 6 weeks deposit for the cost incurred to date and they terminate the contract without going to court, was this fear? We did our part and the landlord didn't but we end up paying from our pocket
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