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Rent deposit

SUFC_Ross

Coach
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Jun 5, 2013
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Shoeburyness
Received a letter from my old landlord saying I wouldn't be receiving any of my previous deposit back, I'm not a bad tenant at all however I knew I would be charged for some minor repairs and redecorating as quite frankly I was too lazy to paint a flat I was leaving, however on this letter, it has been bullet pointed what the discrepancies are, I do not agree with hardly any of them but there are a couple that I thought would be charged to me that aren't included in this letter, If I start disputing the points made, can they add more things to the list or is it a legality that they must list everything they found wrong in the fist letter?

basically, I know I can prove them wrong for a couple of hundred quid but the things I thought I'd be charged emulate to around 100-150 and to be quite honest I am not interested with arguing with my ex-landlord over 50quid, I've got bigger fish to fry!

does anybody know the legalities involved with ending tenancy agreements?

Thanks in advance
 
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