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Hello Alun my name is ***** ***** I will help you with this.
Has your Landlord had any dealings with this or just the management company please?
How many complaints please? Have you had any notice or written warnings?
Has your relationship been resolved now?
OK, I dont think you need to do anything at this stage. You have not been warned or written to.
As such it would be unfair for the Landlord to simply terminate your tenancy. The usually have to give you a warning first and let matters resolve.
If it went to Court then a Judge would look at this and think have you been warned? If the answer was no, then the Judge is unlikely to grant possession.
So no, it wouldnt affect your credit report as all. The Landlord can only give a factual reference, they can not make things up.
But if you see out the term and there are no issues, I am sure that this matter can be overlooked and you given a good reference.
Can I clarify anything for you about this today please?
All the best Alun