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Landlord Negligence

Landlord Negligence

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Landlord Negligence As a tenant living in the UK, you have certain rights when it comes to your living conditions - and many of these will be laid out via binding contract signed between you and your landlord, via lettings agency or otherwise, at the start of your rental period.

However, there may unfortunately come a time where you feel your land lord is negligent as per the agreement - whether this is as a result of housing disrepair, escalating fees without notice or other breach of contract, it is always important to understand your rights when it comes to potential landlord-negligence - and we are here to help support you and to advise you through the whole process should this be your concern.

As the closest local ally for land lord claims in the local area, our team are ready and waiting to take a closer look at the complaints you feel you need to make with regard to your landlord and the way that your home has been treated in the interim.

We will take a close look at your rental contract and will advise you accordingly - we understand that it can be stressful catering to a home that has fallen into disrepair, or if you are living under circumstances which appear to have gone beyond that which you initially agreed - and we therefore work hard to offer a simple, straightforward and stress-free process to gaining financial restitution and legal support as and where necessary.

Many landlord negligence claims in the UK arise from cases where reports of disrepair or improper upkeep have been continually reported, but have been duly ignored - however, negligence can arise in a number of other forms, too, from financial demands without due notice, failure to provide tenants with notice to vacate the premises, failure to advise of works being undertaken at a property to more besides.

You should always make attempts to contact your land lord outright when matters of disrepair or related concerns arise - you should ideally report such matters via dated letter to your landlord's home or office address, and should retain digital and physical copies of your own.



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