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I agreed with my landlord in the form of a Tomlin Order for

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I agreed with my landlord in the form of a Tomlin Order for it to put forward three contractors to complete work to the property, the landlord has ignored the court order. y question is:
(1) Should I take it back to court? Or,
(2) Get three estimates for the work to be carried out and then put them to the court asking for the work to be carried at the expense of my landlord?
(3) What interest and other costs would be reasonable to claim as the court order laid out that the work should be completed by June 2014?
Submitted: 2 years ago.
Category: Law
Expert:  Ash replied 2 years ago.
Alex Watts :

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Alex Watts :

1) Yes if they have breached the Tomlin Order you should take it back to Court

Alex Watts :

2) Yes

Alex Watts :

3) 8% under Section 69 of the County Courts Act. You can also ask costs at £18 per hour

Alex Watts :

Can I clarify anything for you about this today please?

Customer:

Thank you Alex, I

Alex Watts :

Hello

Customer:

I am trying to reinstate my account in order to pay you - please bear with me...

What would be reason costs be when claiming £18.00 per hour?

Alex Watts :

I do not understand the question re £18 an hour?

Customer:

£18.00 per hour (following the County Court Acts) - what is reasonable when making a claim for that amount?

Alex Watts :

Because that what the Court rules allow you to claim

Customer:

I understand the amount just wasn't sure, how I would justify that; in disbursements, travelling time, time on correspondence etc, recovering cost for advice etc?

Alex Watts :

Time spent dealing with the case.

Alex Watts :

Disbursements are a separate head of claim

Customer:

Okay - thank you. Would your advice be considered a disbursement?

Thank you for your help.

Alex Watts :

Yes it could be.

Alex Watts :

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