Hello, I am a solicitor with over 15 years experience. I will try to help you with this.
If the landlord failed to serve you with the prescribed information then you can sue for an award of up to 3 times the level of your deposit. before implementation of the Localism Act in 2012 the award for a substantial breach was times the deposit now it is "up to" 3 times the level of the deposit. What information were you not given?
I will be away from this site for some of this evening but will look again either this evening or tomorrow morning.
Hello,Except from contract nothing given to me
Then you can pursue him if you wish to.
OK, but how ?Where ?Do i need mention about deposit dispute and its result? or Just write because she did not provide proscribe information? can you write a short letter sample based on the information I give to you?
Hello,I am still waiting your answers thanks Hale
Hi if you look at my questions is the only aswer I would get "then you pursue him if you wish to" Hale
You can issue a claim in the small claims court. Follow this link to the government site on making a money claim. https://www.gov.uk/make-court-claim-for-money/overview. You have 6 years from the breach to start your action before it is statute barred.