That there was an initial verbal agreement which there was because I moved in of course & the
To sum it all up. I moved in, was given a contract with a one month notice after
the initial term of 2 months. I didn't sign that contract so there is no legally
OK. You can appeal if:
1) There has been an error in law, or
2) There has been an error in procedure, or
3) The decision made was one which no reasonable Tribunal could have made
Here you want to appeal the discretion of a Judge which is very difficult.
I fear that the cost of the appeal together with if you lose (you would be responsible for legal costs of the other side) would mean this is expensive.
As such only if you have the above grounds should you appeal.
Does this answer your question or can I assist further today?
Yes thanks. So what you are saying here is essentially...drop it??? What about
I can not tell you what to do, the decision is yours. I can only give you grounds to appeal.
What about a complaint as I feel my case i.e. the landlord lied, deceived me etc???
I agree morally its wrong, but it is so very hard to win an appeal.
You can not appeal on the merits - there must be one of the errors above
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