The depsoit has always been protected though the tenant is referring to the Court case where a fixed term tenancy became periodic and the agents did not send out the prescribed information then the judge deemed the deposit to not be insured, the case was "superstrike". In this case the deposit has always been insured and when the tenancy came up for renewal a new contract and prescribed information was sent out though never returned by the tenant, so after chasing this paperwork for a few month we then wrote to the tenant explaining the tenancy had beome periodic and provided another copy of the prescribed information.
no, just a report on the boiler that was replaced in a little over two weeks in the summer though they had hot water by way of an immersion
yes, the section 21 that has been issued expires tommorow they claim it is invalid due to the deposit scenario, what is the best way forward if they do not leave to regain possesion and rent arreas. Sect 8 and normal poesseion Procedure N5
Great thanks so basically assertain if they are leaving or not then act accordingly
This tenant has now vacated and issued court proceeding against us for the above, I note on the forms we can counter claim with this be the correct procedure on this form to address the rent arrears or should this be done by a seperate action ?