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Yeah we have it in writing in our contract that the landlord would accept one rabbit within the property
In that case there is a contract between the tenant and landlord - this is binding
The contract can NOT be broken
If the landlord has breach his contract with the management company, that is a contract matter between them
Sadly though it does mean the management co could try and seek possession of the property.
But as it stands at the moment, you have the pet, you do not need to get rid of it, because you have been given permission by your landlord
It is for the Landlord to sort out with the management co - not you
can I clarify anything for you about this today please?
so does this mean the landlord is in the wrong? that this is his fault that we are in this position? we are having to re-home as we are not willing to remove the rabbit as its my sons rabbit and we all very attached to him. there has already been a legal letter to our landlord to remove the rabbit by 20th june from management. Also due to having to re-home we are willing to move and find somewhere as soon as we can but we need our bond released to put it down on the next property but our landlord is not willing to release the bond even though he is the one in the wrong
Okay thats fine don't worry about it, the management have spoke to him and told him he is in the wrong and then they have spoke to us and said we can get our bond back due to breach of lease and that we can also claim back our expenses put into his property and the removal to the next place as we would not of been moving property is it wasn't due to him being in the wrong.
Exactly. Yes you could claim all that back and indeed extra expenses if you have to pay higher rent
Does that help?
what is the best way of doing that?
You would write and set out the position and ask for payment, if the Landlord refuses issue a small claim
Does that clarify?