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Ash, Solicitor
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I contacted the Landlady's Agents after I spoke with you.

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I contacted the Landlady's Agents after I spoke with you. The following day they phoned and said that she had offered £150 due to the fact that I never gave her the opportunity to get her own quotes. I have responded that in February I phoned the Agents asking them if they knew who was responsible for the fence to which they replied that they had no idea. I have now gone back to them refusing the £150 offer, saying that they never assisted me to try and find out if she had any paperwork. I had tried, my neighbours ie the tenant and the other side. I emailed the Land Registry and let the Agents know. No-one could help, the fence was nearly down, so I went ahead. As I have told you I later found the paperwork I needed. This is a Legal document that was sent to all purchasers on completion. Surely that means that she should pay half ie £300.

Hello and thanks for asking for me.

I agree, its the £300 they are liable for.

Can I clarify anything for you about this today please?

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