the lease is 3 stories basement ground and 1st floor the 1st floor we agreed to use as a flat. before we signed this was agreed by the landlord and we wanted to put heating in the flat this was agreed and the landlord verbally agreed to pay £1000 half of the cost. after signinging the lease he changed his mind and other things we now have inspections and his agent thinks we are avoiding them but we not we just want to get on with the business the landlord keeps comming in all the time. looking through the shutters looking through the back gate and so on. were actually quite sick of the whole thing now please advise how we can give cafe up. or what we can do
not sure about peaceful enjoyment but 3 witnesess to the verbal agreement of heating
Can you check the agreement please?
i don't have it
Can you come back to me about this?
there is no mention of peacful enjoyment in lease spoke to landlords solicitor
Ok and what do you want to achieve please?
want to get on with the business the landlord keeps comming in all the time. looking through the shutters looking through the back gate and so on. were actually quite sick of the whole thing now please advise how we can give cafe up. or what we can do
3 witnesess to the verbal agreement of heating
You should write and tell the Landlord he is harassing you.
This is an offence under the Protection From Harassment Act.
You could complain to the Police.
AS for the heating etc you should also say that he either gets it done or you will sue him for it
If there were witnesses then you can claim against the Landlord.
You may need to take it to Court but you can issue proceedings online at: www.moneyclaim.gov.uk
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