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Tenancy Deposit Dispute

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Hello Freinds,

I was in UK till July 2016.I was based in Redhill,Surry(RH1 6BW).

After leaving UK my deposit went TDS because the amount my land lord want to deduct wasn’t agreeble to me.

My landlord then mentioned he will move to court as he is not okay with TDS.

I am now back in India and no plan to come back UK in near future. From India I cannot figure out any way out o approach court in UK.

Today I recieved court order by email, where its asking to deeduct almost whole amout.

and I have to respond within 7 days.

Whats the option left for me to respond.

Please suggest.

Thanks,

Amjad

+919051093777

dearamjad@gmail.com

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Tenant

First of all Amajd, I suggest you remove all the personal details from your post. 

Second, why don’t you call the TDS and ask them to help you out with clearing this situation? 

Third, in the email that you received are there no contact details about how to respond ?

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