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What type of tenancy did you have please?
I did thank you.
Defence filed - this means that the defendant has put a defence in
Bar in place - this means you can't enter judgment as there is a defence
DQ - this is directions questionnaire, this is to do with managing the claim and taking it forward. They are documents.
The landlord is NOT allowed to increase the rent no until the end of the term and even then there is a right of appeal to the rent tribunal.
Therefore the landlord can't not increase rent.
Can I clairfy anything for you about this today please?
I cant see clause 15, can you repeat it here?
Sorry I thought it was on the photo for the agreement. I see it in the text now. Do you still want me to assist?
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1. Clause 15 - no the Landlord can NOT do this. It is illegal.
He must not increase the rent during the term and in any event you have a right to appeal to a Tribunal. He can NOT exclude this.
If there is a bar in place then yes, it will go to a small claim
Once the DQ's are back a Judge will allocate the matter to small claim and give directions for trial.
Does that clarify Patrick? Alex
Can't exclude the right to go to tribunal.
Does that clairfy? Alex
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Yes he should have given you a right to appeal to the Tribunal.
They are not allowed a retaliation S.21 no.
I cant see whether you can see their reply, probably not - you need to wait until you get the paper one.
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There is only one online form you can complete at moneyclaim.gov.uk
That is form N1
You can get x3 the deposit. But if you did not do that you need to make an application to AMEND your claim if you want to claim x3 the deposit.
The cost of that is £100, unless you just want to reclaim your deposit. If that is all you want to do then you dont need to do anything.