no I have not signed the tenancy yet all this came up yesterday when I should have signed to get the keys. I have paid £111.95 deposit which would have been one weeks rent.
Hi we we have just had an email from Southway Housing Trust giving us until 12 noon Monday to either except or decline the offer of the property, we have therefore been to see our local MP as a matter of urgency he will now be taking over this case.
Hi Alex, as stated above we have had to act quickly on this because we were given a deadline of 12 noon Monday to accept the rental of £134.02, we have therefore been to see our Local PM who is now acting on our behalf, therefore we don't think there is anything further you can do to help?
please close this chat/advise. I assume we will not be charged for this? as no conclusion was given by you.
Hi again, We have not had a contract as yet we were suppose to sign the agreement on Monday 13th April, but they were allowing us to collect the keys last Thursday 9th April.
we had in writing only the amount £111.95 as what the rent would be, we also paid one weeks rent which we have a receipt for.
Our PM has already acted, he sent an urgent email to the head of the council yesterday afternoon because of our urgency.
no thank you.
I rated this as poor, as the service was not quick enough and we had to take action with our MP, also i don;t think it wise to take out an in-junction against your local housing authority and potentially cause a greater fuss and possible eviction.
The advise was given too late.
You can't be evicted without grounds
They can only do that is you have breached your tenancy.
You have not.
They made an error not you.
It is not their fault.
But to stop and halt action you need to seek an injunction
Go and see the Citizens Advice, they will tell you exactly the same thing
An injunction pending review
Does that clarify?
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