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To confirm conversation - usually you dont have a claim for tenancy at will but in this case its breach of contract. The Landlord has breached a provision which means you may have a contractual claim.
You are warned if your claim is for more than £10,000 then you will be liable for costs of the other side (as well as your own) if you lose.
The claim you say is over £100,000 or so and therefore costs for each side are likely to be circa £60,000.
It has been suggested Mediation is appropriate, as this can lead to settlement.
I hope this helps.
You just need to wait for another expert to respond. I sadly have no control over that
Its up to other experts to respond if they wish to.
I am sure someone else will be along to assist.