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Hi allrn rnCan anyone give me some help.rn rnMy wife and I have rented our home for the last 4 years and when we moved in we payed a deposit and one months rent in advance. From that date we have always been infront with the rent.rn rnWe have just spent the last 7 weeks without any heating or hot water, and all this with our 2 year old daughter in the house.rn rnWe have a 6 month contract that ends on 30th november 2014. We have always payed our rent early. Our land lord has just posted a letter stating we owe 1 months rent? How can this be when we payed in advance when we first moved in and always been in front??rn rnThanks in advance for any help.

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Do you pay the rent directly to the landlord or to a management company/ letting agent?  I would be tempted to ask the landlord to advise why you owe and show the receipts or payments and ask them where the missing one comes from?  Have you with held any payments because of the problems you’ve had?

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