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If it was a term of your agreement that you did, the Landlord has been paying them, then you would be liable.
But you need evidence of the agreement which you signed and that the Landlord has been charged superficially for water.
If the Landlord can not provide both of these things then you are not liable.
But if they do, then you are likely to be liable. The Landlord has 6 years to bring a claim under the Limitation Act 1980
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Well, your liability only ends from when you moved out.
He has 6 years to bring a claim as I have mentioned.
But you need to check the agreement.
Does that assist?
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Because under the Limitation Act 1980 the Landlord has 6 years from the date of the bills to bring a claim.
I am sorry, but does that clarify?
Then you do not need to pay unless your agreement says otherwise.
Does that help?
Yes, I agree, you do not need to pay.
Refuse to do so. Does that assist?
Yes, I would agree. How can he charge for something which is included?
He can not now charge for that.
Does that clarify?