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I have dificulty in payng my rent i do not ive in the

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JA: Hi. How can I help?
Customer: I have dificulty in payng my rent i do not ive in the prperty but my contract is stiil on
JA: Where are you? It matters because laws vary by location.
Customer: Banbury
JA: What steps have you taken so far?
Customer: At the moment I send a email to my landlord saing that it is imposible for me to pay my rent. I moved out from his property last year in september as i made a motgage to a new house. Since then i have paid rent until now to my old landlord i still have 2 months to pay i have asked him to take that money from my deposit his answer was:
JA: Anything else you want the Lawyer to know before I connect you?
Customer: i would advise speaking with Citizens Advice to see where you stand regarding the non payment of rent and ask if there is anything in place by the Government to help or assist you with the rent.

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Am sorry to hear about your situation.

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What did your landlord say when you proposed the deposit idea?

Customer: replied 7 days ago.
He told me to seek advice from citizen advise
Customer: replied 7 days ago.
And that I still have to pay the rent

Although you still have to pay rent however an agreement can be struck between you and the landlord. The deposit idea is a good idea that he should say yes or no to or come up with an alternative arrangement other than demand money which you cannot afford.

Further if he commenced court proceedings against you to recover the money he may be met with an order from the court which requires you to pay a lesser amount per month than what could be potentially agreed.

Do you understand what I have stated if not please let me know.

If you understand what I have stated I will proceed to the next step.

Thanks

Customer: replied 7 days ago.
I understand

I suggest you return to the landlord and outline the position that you are unable to afford the monthly payment therefore can the deposit be used to settle the losses or alternatively can a repayment plan be negotiated.

When considering the repayment options ensure you agree A FIGURE and TIME frame you can abide by and not the landlord because you may end up back in a position asking to renegotiate.

I hope I have clarified the position if not please let me know.

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