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Moved house landlord. No help threatening legal fees and interest on rent arrears

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  • Moved house landlord. No help threatening legal fees and interest on rent arrears

    Hello I moved house on the 22/09/2020

    my prev landlord has now been sending me and my mum threatening letters. And now giving me today’s date 24/11/2020 to pay over £3000 by the end of the week (27th nov 2020) is he allowed to do that.
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  • #2
    I can send anyone the correspondence he’s been sending me of that helps. I feel he’s trying to bully me

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    • #3
      If there's arrears then he is entitled to ask for them. And yes he can take it to court, though can't normally claim legal fees but can claim interest

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      • #4
        Suggest you post up the correspondence you received and any written reply - suitably redacted.

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        • #5
          I am struggling to upload any corresponds email. How can I send it to you guys to help me out. He’s bullying me. As im a single mother of 3 kids. And with historic domestic violence. I feel my landlord is bullying me x

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          • #6
            I cannot upload. Any help and I will forward emails he’s bein threateningly with x

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            • #7
              I cannot upload. Any help and I will forward emails to anyone that can help me. he’s bein threateningly with x

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              • #8
                How to upload:

                https://legalbeagles.info/forums/for...-and-documents

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                • #9
                  You state that your former landlord, in addition to writing to you, has also written to your mother. Was your mother a guarantor for your rental payments?

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                  • #10
                    Yes she was

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                    • #11
                      1. Did you owe the LL unpaid rent
                      2. Was there a deposit paid
                      3. Was the deposit put in a scheme
                      4. Did you move out by agreement or just leave?

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                      • #12
                        Could you give some details of how you feel you are being bullied?

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                        • #13
                          The landlord can, of course, take your mother to court for the unpaid rent. At the moment he is just writing letters. Perhaps come to some agreement with him.

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