I have sent a long and detailed explanation - I was expecting I got an answer back???
and it says you're not even online............how does that work then?????
OK - have you studied my detailed question/situation?
I don't have a contract, my short term fixed one lapsed so, as I state in my notes I presume I roll over to a periodic one. from end of 12 month fixed it was directly dealt with by landlord
I believe that email conversations with landlord where we agree to meet at property on 25th January and take meter readings, do fixtures and fittings, hand over keys etc would say they did.
I think my point is that once they gave me 2 months notice I can then give one month back at any time?
The email after that came from Countrywide and confirms landlord agreed to 25th as end of tenancy
no further correspondence with landlord since
I think landlord will dispute they agreed to 25th as did say they were 'accepting I left' but my liability exytended to end of payment period on 8th Feb
so if they argued that does the fact they gave me two months notice but I have decided to go earlier not apply anyway?
That is the email I have but both agent and landlord say only I have that email
the person that sent it was the same named person that had been in contact with myself and landlord initially arguing I was liable. I was suprised when the email saying 25th Jan OK came in as it was out of teh blue and against conversation earlier in that day
so it all boils down to the email I have from the agent? The rental amount in question is around £540 so not sure they won't pursue me anyway.......
no solicitor for small claims court, dead easy and cheap.......
does it all hinge on the email I have from the agent
Should I just send the email to the agent and landlord to try and kill this issue stone dead now
Anything else I should consider? Given nobody is talking to me or returning calls and emails should I just sit and wait - I presume they know the two month rule is correct and don't believe I have the email off the agent
It does thanks
don't think so