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where do we stand in relation to taking the landlord,son and letting agent to court due to the stress caused in failure to maintain the property as stated in the landlord and tenant act. Receiving visits from bailiffs concerned with the sons activities and harassment from the letting agent threatening to evict us on the sons instructions. The owner of the property has owned this property outright since 1981 and has made a considerable amount of money on it ,can we report them to hmrc
Multiple leaks from plumbing system and roof
Central heating never worked properly
Broken floorboards due to rot/plumbing system
Rotten faschia boards
Constantly patched up and same problem occurs again down line
non payment of business rate tax property owners are entitled to claim rebates against income for maintainence .this is a card we have against landlord as should pay tax on rental properties as it is owned outright and not mortgaged they have nothing to offset against.
As stated served section 21 but not following through,this is coming from son who is not named on tenancy agreement. He is a private GP who is earning a considerable wage and as we understand has several properties.Just want to know if it is worth us taking action against them due to stress caused. Cannot say any more than that