Hello George my name is ***** ***** I will help you.
Is it no Pets all together, or not without managing agents permission?
Ok. Then you can refuse because it's in your agreement. If the management insist and things get legal, you can move out and then sue the landlord for breach of contract - you would be entitled to claim back additional costs and damages.
But I suspect it may be it is in your agreement that you have to comply with the management rules. But in that case you may not have a choice but to leave and then sue.
I am sorry if this is not necessarily the answer you want and certainly not the one I want to give you, but I have a duty to be honest.
Can I clarify anything for you about this today please?
Yes that's right. Does that clarify? Alex
Yes yo can sue all of them. Management can warn notice you and then issue proceedings. Alex
Notice 28 days. Does that clarify? Alex
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Thanks. It appears they say that the Landlord said no pets - but clearly that must be wrong.
Sadly I cant represent you, its against site rules.
You need to see if others have pets and if so why they have been allowed to keep them.
If your pet isnt making noise or mess then it shouldnt be an issue.
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Yes I agree its wrong. its a fundamental breach of contract by the Landlord and you could leave without penalty.
Does that clarify? Alex
Ok - well you can either fight it or move out.If its against the Managing Agent rules technically you are bound and would have to remove the dog.
So you can either fight this and it goes to court or move out. Sadly you cant stay and keep the dog
Can I clarify anything?Alex
No, this is not legal notice, its a warning.
Court proceedings would be issue 28 days after legal notice. They only have a right to inspect if its in the tenancy agreement.
Yes you can sue after.
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Its up to you. They can only do it if the tenancy agreement permits inspection.
You need to check that agreement.
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The tenancy ONLY allows for inspection during the FINAL two months. So you can refuse.