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Hi, if you have the terms and conditions that state the guaranteed rental then you should pursue them for breach o contract and for the sums that have accrued over the years. If you do not have an address for service in the UK it may be best to engage a solicitor to represent you. The value of your claim if below £10,000.00 can be pursued via the moneyclaimsonline website. I hope this helps and all the best.
Hi, property market does fluctuate however the prices do not tend to fluctuate significantly in such a short space of time especially where the only real knock has been in the current year with covid-19. You may perhaps ask for evidence of effort to sell where he has not been successful before agreeing to such a low value offer.
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Hi thank you for your patience. If your agreement states the guaranteed rent then if they have failed to pay thst rent yes it would be breach of contract and you will have reasonable prospects of success if you pursued them. I do not think any lawyer can say to you yes you will WIN without seeing the response say to the letter before action and reviewing your file of papers. Now unless the promises yu make reference to were reduced to writing and form part of your agreement you will struggle to convince a court to make a ruling based on what may have been said verbally in a sales pitch but that cannot be evidenced with tangible evidence. Sales people do bluff a lot regrettably.
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