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Hello Olugbenga my name is ***** ***** I will help you with this.
Please let me know if the tenancy agreement had also been signed by the Landlord or agent?
The Landlord has not yet sign the tenancy agreement
OK - its bad news then I am afraid.
Until the Landlord and tenant both sign the agreement it is not binding and either party can pull out
This is because it is subject to contract, a bit like buying a house. Until contracts have been signed and exchanged either party can pull out
But you are entitled to 100% of any fees and deposit backl
The Landlord is not in breach of contract, as no contract as yet has been signed
I am sorry if this is not the answer you want and certainly not the one I want to give you but I have a duty to be honest
It would have been different if the Landlord/agent had signed the contract too
Can I clarify anything for you about this today please?
Ok thanks so much
but i have another question to ask
Sure, is it on the same topic?
I have been charged for two counts:Count 1:POSSESSION OF AN IDENTITY DOCUMENT WITH IMPROPER INTENSION, contrary to section(1) and (2) of the identity Documents Act 2010.PARTICULARS OF OFFENCEOn the 26th day of July 2014, with improper Intension, had in his possession or under his control an identity, namely a United Kingdom driving license, that was improperly obtained and that he knew or believe to have been improperly obtained.COUNT 2:FRAUD, Contrary to section 1 of the Fraud Act 2006.PARTICULARS OF OFFENCEBetween the 1st day of January 2011, and the 9th day of February 2011 committed fraud in that, dishonestly and intending thereby to make a gain for himself or another, or to cause loss to another, or to expose another to risk of loss, he made a false representation to the DVLA, which was and which he knew was or might be untrue or misleading, by submitting an application for a driving license with incorrect details about his date of birth so that details of his driving disqualification would not be revealed, in breach of section 2 of the Fraud Act 2006.
Ah that is on a different topics.
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