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    Thank you very much for your detailed reply, tenant1001894.

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    Another update from LL.

    I simply couldn't agree to the timeframe you originally requested although I did offer you some extra days if you required and I hope you can understand my position in this respect. I'm happy that circumstances have led to an amicable agreement on the date.


    In answer to your question, it appears that the deposit was not registered with a scheme as it should have been and, in light of this, I will of course return the deposit to you. If you can send me your account details I will return the £800 deposit asap.

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    You have a 6 years time limit from the time the deposit was paid + 30 days to bring a case, so you can take your time to think about whether or not you want to bring a case or wait until you're better etc.
    I am not a lawyer, nor am I licensed to provide any regulated advice. None of my posts should be treated as legal or financial advice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cccf8 View Post
    Another update from LL.

    I simply couldn't agree to the timeframe you originally requested although I did offer you some extra days if you required and I hope you can understand my position in this respect. I'm happy that circumstances have led to an amicable agreement on the date.
    English Law overrides what would be convenient for him. Seems as though - for whatever reasons - things have worked out.

    Personally, I wouldn't feel the need to persue any further claim for unrealted items - ie - the deposit matters have been ressolved without loss to you and clearly with no claim of deductions for damage.
    There is always scope for misinterpretation.

    If my posts can be interpreted in two ways, one that makes you feel angry and one that doesn't, I meant the latter.

    Everyday is an opportunity to learn something new.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cccf8 View Post
    In answer to your question, it appears that the deposit was not registered with a scheme as it should have been and, in light of this, I will of course return the deposit to you. If you can send me your account details I will return the £800 deposit asap.[/I]
    How generous...!

    Still, if you're happy with that - and it sounds like you could do without the stress - perhaps leave it at that. You would have another couple of years to take action from this point though.

    Best to you on your recovery.

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