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Could you please confirm if it is regarding a residential tenancy ?
Elaborate on the breach ?
Could you elaborate a bit on the breach please?
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You have few remedies that you can explore-
Firstly , you can ask for compensation from your Landlord , if the house was not clean or in a habitable condition for your inconveniences .
You can get the house professionally cleaned and forward the invoice to the Landlord( though you would have to notify the Landlord beforehand and provide the Landlord with couple of price quote for the job)
You can unwind the contract ,If tenants have been misrepresented ( has been told- the house is habitable or house is secure /clean etc when it is not )then tenants can unwind the tenancy agreement within 30 days from the start of tenancy.
Unwinding the contract means parties will be put back in the position they were before entering into the contract.
Which means that any money given by you to the Landlord would get returned back to you.
Remember , it is unwinding of the tenancy and not surrender of tenancy.
Write a Letter to the Landlord by providing all evidence( pictures) of the condition of the house /and highlight the issues in the property and refer to the clause 14 as well, and notify that due to the above reasons you are looking to unwind the contract,.
You were misled to believe that house would be professionally clean and relying on that , you have entered the tenancy agreement.
No, I would suggest writing to the Landlord and notifying him, you can unwind within first 30 days of the tenancy , so you still have time.
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