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Just to be clear this is UK law?Why does the Landlord now refuse to sign the new lease?Alex
Did the agreement ever say consent would be unreasonably withheld?
What is it you want to achieve?
OK - and you have carried out exactly what has been required?
Ok, then you don't need to do any more. You have done what was required and unless the agreement was conditional upon anything then the landlord can't change his mind.
You have done what was asked and therefore don't need to do any more.
You can move out and only pay what was agreed previously. As for your deposit you can also claim that back if appropriate. It is not your fault the landlord prefers someone else.
You did everything you were required to do which was agreed, the landlord can't change his mind.
Can I clairfy anything for you about this today please?
You will yes. It only says you need a replacement, nothing else.
Does that clarify? Alex
They would need to sue you.
It would be a small claim. You dont need to pay them.
Can I clarify anything for you?Alex
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