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NO NO NO!
You must have Court or certified bailiffs to evict
The tenancy still exists up until they leave.
If you want them out earlier you can transfer the Court Order to the High Court (cost is about £60) and then get High Court bailiffs to go in
They will go within a few days
These people are one of the biggest
But only bailiffs can do this
Can I clarify anything for you about this today please?
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This case is being handled by an insurance company who underwrite the referencing agency, and i have another question, please.
If it is on the same subject that is fine, or if it is a new question you will have to post a new one
if the tenancy is still in force, am I not entitled to a refund of the letting fee?
If you pay up front yes, if you pay a % on what is paid no
You can't always predict if someone will stop paying
Unless the agents failed to carry out credit checks etc
Does that clarify?
the agents employed Homelet referencing agency to do the checks, but that's where it failed. the references appear to be fake, Is Homelet negligent?
sorry about this, i can pay for another answer if you like.
If the references are fake you sue the letting company and they sue Homelet
But you would not be entitled to a refund of the charge in terms of ongoing fees.
They have provided this service
You would be entitled to compensation for lost rent and the up front agency fee backl
yes, thank you very much.