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Is there a way of resolving it without court - I am on the brink of bankruptcy personally (have been of work for a prolonged time following a spinal injury) - and having to cover cost of court fees would not be possible.
Can they take the rent owed from the deposit?
Say it took 4 weeks until the new tenant moved in - can she take 4 weeks rent from ny deposit - or must she return that in full when the house is left in an acceptable state (it is immaculate!)
The deposit was 2 months rent - Can she withhold it until a tenant is found then?
What if a tenant is found and their application is agreed - but then they pull out before paying the deposit/ first months rent etc? Is there a defined point in which I am no longer liable?
Sorry Jo !
Last question (I hope)
I cannot find anything on the tenancy agreement regarding my requirements around notice. Is this normal? It only has a line about the landlord ending it early.
Thank you for your advice - sadly I thought the same but was hoping for some legal standing before it goes as far as court!
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