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pierre.roording
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Re: Small Claims Tribunals

Postby pierre.roording » Wed, 04 Jan 2017 2:38 pm

martincymru wrote:Well done OP.

What I have done is complete all the forms, copy and post to the LL. I hold for a few days.

The LL then knows I am serious = paid! Worked twice for me in the past.

That nice... thanks for shared your experienced

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Re: Small Claims Tribunals

Postby onita » Thu, 02 Nov 2017 3:10 am

pierre.roording wrote:
martincymru wrote:Well done OP.

What I have done is complete all the forms, copy and post to the LL. I hold for a few days.

The LL then knows I am serious = paid! Worked twice for me in the past.

That nice... thanks for shared your experienced



can i know what kind of form did you completed and how do you manage to get your landlord address?

I signed a 6 months contract ending on 5th November and last afternoon (1st of Nov), i called the agent to ask what time is the keys handover. however, he was surprised as he was unaware that my contract is expiring. thus, he decided to forfeit my deposit ($1000) and defended himself with a clause for early termination:

"the tenant need to give notice 1.5 months at the end of the tenancy to terminate the agreement".

the thing is, i am not terminating the contract as i am staying here until my tenancy agreement ends so it it unfair for him to forfeit my deposit for his own ignorance of his files (he has a copy of our tenancy agreement). i made a police report and applied for CJTS Pass (for small claims tribunal).


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