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No - but then there was nothing to clean...
I am just as concerned about the CCTV issue, printing pictures via a non-ICO registered CCTV is plainly wrong. The management company that uses the CCTC is a limited company and the cctv sign in the complex does not give an indication of who owns/processes the images...
The Management Company. Brewery Wharf Management Ltd, so then wrote to my partner and I.
The management company then informed the landlord.
I forgot to add the landlord/letting agent then suggested that the £150 comes out of the apartments deposit. My position is that this issue is between the management company and ourselves and the cleaning should not come from any deposit as they are not party to the issue.
In respect of the £150 can I refuse to pay? If so on what basis?
One final question before we close. Should the management company had told the landlord/letting agent. In respect of all of the details including the actual costs and the stills from the cctv?
Sorry - I know - I said one last thing...but to clarify - is it lawful/appropriate/expected that the management company sent our images to a third party? i.e. the letting agents. It appears the CCTV isn't ICO registered too.
Surely sending images to a third part who have no relationship in the issue is wrong?
I will not ask another question!