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A reference letter from my prior landlord is one of the most critical documents I can use as a renter to prove my legitimacy as a reliable tenant.And it's the only paper that I am waiting-as everything else is ready- to rent my new house and to take over my new role in my company. There is no reason and no evidence for no reference.I looked after the property so well that it's in better condition than the landlord left it last year and I have all the bank statements that prove that I paid my rent on time.
A no reference can spell disaster in my life.I will stay homeless with two kinds and without job. My question here is how am I protected from a bad landlord?His behaviour and character is really bad and he seems to enjoy what he is doing.What are my rights? Why does he have all this power in my life and how does he have the right to ruin it?
Does this mean that the law is not doing anything wiith bad landlords?I am not asking about the landlord's legal obligation to provide or not a reference.I would like to know what are my rights and how am I protected from a bad landlord?A no reference is an indirect false and damaging allegation that I have done something wrong and I am unreliable and affects negatively my life.