because they left us at risk for a year and under the keep safe guildlines, their local authority guild lines and welsh assembly guidelines we should have been moved to a safe location once i presented to them. they have already admitted this. the council has a duty to act when it discovers one of it's tennants are the victims of domestic violence or at risk in their home.
we don't think that you have understood, please name another housing option that is available other than private.
i'm sorry, you don't seem to have understood the situation. The council have already ADMITTED in writing that they had a duty to re-house us when I first presented to them and that they failed in that duty. The Public service ombudsman has re-inforced this. I was under the impression that this service was staffed by experts, apparently this is not the case, i would like my money refunded. how do I go about this.
don't believe you've understood. the previous "expert" clearly didn't understand the situation and based her conclusion on false assumptions, how could it be correct? The council were legally obliged to act a whole year earlier than they actually did, this had consequences, why are they not liable for those consequences?
if you could read the above posts it would be helpful. I will repeat, The council were legally obliged to act a whole year earlier than they actually did, this had consequences, why are they not liable for those consequences?
if we have to move out of here then we get the bond back not the first month rent , but the argument is that we were forced to move out of secure council accommodation because of a risk into private not secure accommodation borrow £900 to do so but if the council had taken it seriously at the time in july 2013 we would have been housed in secure council accommodation. the council have no intention of housing us now, and if we leave here we would be homeless, we were considered to be homeless by the council earlier this year but they failed to find us any where to go, they didn t offer us temporary accommodation nothing, we eventually had to flee the house, this situation was so bad that at one point social services said if he returns to the home they would take the younger children into care and the council ignored us. surley they are liable for their failer which they have admitted to protect us.
no, if we move out of here we get £450 bond back
we have to pay £900 back to the person we loaned from, if we leave here then we obviously get the bond back from the landlord.
no, no interest we borrowed it from a relative who has demanded it back
thank you for your reply. i would just like to point out in future when people are answering questions on here they should be able to give a correct answer. this site is advertised as expert legal help and it just goes to show from what alex has said that the other two individual had no clue. also how do you tell somebody who is an abuser to just stay away?
Thankyou alex for your help, we appreciate it xxx