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Hello my name is ***** ***** I can help with this matter.
Do you have a copy of the agreement you can upload?
Thank you I will need some time to look at this but will revert to you
This basically boils down to a contractual issue, they do not appear to be upholding their side of the contractual agreement (providing a habitat unit). The first step would be to explain this to them and also explain that you would have a claim for breach of contract. If they do not get the room into the condition to which it is reasonably habitable then you would be able to claim for the money you have spent already. The court would not consider this to be unreasonable. Alternatively you could have. legal letter sent to them which may encourage them to the right thing and set the contract back in place ready for you to use.
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I would say that you could withdraw, as if they have not help up their end of the contract then the contract can be voided. Seems like the simple solution would just be for them to get it in a habitable state. However, this is not the case.