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    Yeah she is. That's what she recommended that we do.

    So even though we were misled the re won't have to help out with moving expenses ?

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    Probably not If you can get out with minimal notice and no fees unfort you might be better cutting your losses. What a horrible situation

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    Quote Originally Posted by cluckcluck View Post
    Yeah she is. That's what she recommended that we do.

    So even though we were misled the re won't have to help out with moving expenses ?
    You may be able to make a claim through tribunal - but I wouldn't bet on it.
    You have to determine your actual "loss". E.g did you have to rent storage for your belongings because you didn't have the garage? Or pay for parking because you couldn't access the garage? They would be costs you may be able to ask for.

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    No - you can ask the agency's owner but I would doubt they will say yes , you could take them to court but the cost wouldn't be worth it - at the end of the day the Landlord is who the issue is with - they won't move their stuff from your garage - it doesn't matter what we tell them , some landlords won't listen so maybe you can try ask for the rent amount back from the landlord for the loss of the garage and take them to tribunal ( tribunal can't make an agent pay anything as they are the landlords rep so it's the landlord you are trying to get compensation from )
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    Thanks for the advice 😊


 

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