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cannot understand her reasoning either. She has deposit it into a scheme within
is not in the scheme, you can sue her for three times the deposit which is the
statutory compensation for failing protect in a recognised scheme. The you have
to do issue proceedings before the deposit is protected in the scheme and there
is case law that says, if she protect the late, provided it is before you issue
proceedings, then you will lose the right to compensation.
cannot imagine by what stretch of any vivid imagination in her tiny mind you
are responsible for repairs to the roof! I cannot also imagine why she thinks
the council should pay for this.
assume that she still has your deposit and will not return it which case, as
you cannot file a dispute with the deposit scheme, I would simply issue small
claims court proceedings for three times the deposit and let the courts decide
the matter. You can issue small claims court proceedings quite easily here www.moneyclaim.gov.uk
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