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I have a dispute with a landlord about my deposit. Landlord

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I have a dispute with a landlord about my deposit. Landlord sold the apartment and new landlord will take over from 5th of January, 2016. I paid my rent only till 5th of January as I believe the rest of my January rent will due to a new landlord. However, my existing landlords requesting a full month rent or she will deduct the money from my deposit. I paid until the 5th of January and I believe I will end up paying double rent because my existing landlord does not want to provide any guarantee that I will not be required to pay again for the rest of January to the new landlord. I have many emails back and forth asking to assure me that I will not be paying double rent for the January but she refusing. In her final email she threatening me to deduct the money from my deposit. It does not seem right but what can I do? Can you please get back to me. The property located in Dagenham near London. My email is:***@******.***
Submitted: 11 months ago.
Category: UK Property Law
Expert:  Jo C. replied 11 months ago.

How can I help with this please?

Customer: replied 11 months ago.
Pleas read my original message. I think I explained what I need. Regards, Asta.
Expert:  Jo C. replied 11 months ago.

yes, so what is your question about this?

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