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Hello there and thank you for choosing to use our service. I am an experienced litigation solicitor specialising in pragmatic risk management. I will return to you as quickly as I can to provide my top level summary / RSVP and practical guidance if appropriate. Can I see a screen shot of any proposed correspondence with the landlord in relation to this matter and how did you inspect the property before paying for it? Finally - how was payment made please? Regards
Ask your landlord can you receive a contract and report your dissatisfaction in writing ASAP. Regards
Possibly. Do you have any alternative place to live for the next two monetise? Why was no contract provided or asked for originally? Regards
Best course of action for now is to ask for a contract and then compare it to the benefit you are getting from the rental. Let me know how you get on. Rr
As long as you have requested the 800 via email / in writing you must await the answer. You could advise him if he refuses that you have consulted with a lawyer and will be proceeding to the small claims court. Have you sent him pictures etc? Regards
You need an answer. Maybe tell him you need an answer in 3 days otherwise you are booked to see a lawyer? Regards
ps - you have to apply the pressure by way of evidence of how bad the room has turned out to be.
Keep it professional, keep safe and keep everything on email. I will be happy to hear more when you get a response. Regards
Good idea. It is up to you to get a straight answer from the landlord based on the evidence. Good luck. Regards
Please do and keep safe. Regards
He is saying that probably to try and force you to agreement. You need to keep everything in writing now and try and to avoid any unnecessary verbal discussions with LL at this stage. You also need to focus on finding alternatives. Regards ***** *****
Too hard to estimate but at least 200/300 for a consultation and some early letters or advice. Maybe more if it gets complicated. Consult with a direct access barrister in your areas for additional details on pricing etc. Regards
Raising this by letter with the local authority / council is a good idea. However, before doing this you may wish to tell the landlord that you are doing so as this ,ay also help exert some pressure. Regards