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Would you have moved in still had you not been misled?
Okay, I understand. Well, I think you're entitled to say that if you were told something which is not true, and this led you into entering into the agreement, then you have the right to rescind the agreement. In other words, you can go back to the position where there is no agreement - but you'd obviously have to leave now if you said/did that.
That's the normal position - yes. however, you are saying that you were misled, and that's different. In that case, if it caused you to enter into the tenancy, you usually allowed to end the tenancy and walk away.
And, of course, I guess you were told this by the landlord or his agent?
Pressure like that isn't usually of help to get out of the agreement.
The courts often take the view you could just walk away.
Rather than enter into any contract although I appreciate many people would say differently.
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