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Court Fees

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Tenant

Long story short – the landlord applied to court to remove us and get rent back. We agreed to move and and pay up the rent if the court case was dropped, to which the letting agent said yes and also confirmed that this would be the end of it all.

The landlord turned up at court – a case we thought had been stopped, and now we have a bill for £335.

Is the letting agent liable?

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Tenant

Oh my, when will us tenants learn! Agents work for the LANDLORD not you. Your contract is with you Landlord, the agent only manages the property. You need to get legal advice right NOW! Email CAB, as  phone calls take a long time to be answered, although you could try. Look on google for your local CAB, they can sort free legal advice for you.

I am not a legal advisor, although I do know a lot of law. I think that as a court has now made a ruling, then you will have to pay.

Find somewhere else to live, as you will now be evicted.

If you held back rent for a specific reason, then maybe, with legal representation, you might have your own case.

Best of luck

BOLLY

Bolly

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