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Hi,   I’m just don’t know what to do as,  short answer is I have rented privately and everything was ok at first but In the middle of the first winter my boiler stopped working u called landlord and it took a week for him to come,  I have kids and had no heating or hot water,  5 years later he’s saying I owe him rent as my housing benefit was cut due to my daughter started an apprenticeship so we both paid the short fall but now it will not let me through internet banking and landlord not answering calls and messages,  I’m worried of been evicted and he not doing repairs I have asked for as the gas fire got condemned last year and still waiting for new one please I’m so worried and looking for some advice 

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Can you please start from the top and calmly explain what the problem is. I got the part about benefits being cut due to daughter starting apprenticeship, but nothing afterwards. 

Please rethink your question and paraphrase it into normal sentences, so we can provide some advice. In regards to eviction, if you haven’t received a section 21 notice or a section 8 notice on your address, then you’re not currently being evicted. 

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