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Re: Tenant with Alzheimers

From: Kathryn Cooper
Date: 21 May 2002
Time: 09:36:15
Remote Name: 213.1.45.6

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Many thanks for your reply. We had no deposit or letter of guarantee as he was not placed with us by social services. He came of his own accord when his condition was not so evident. The matter has now taken another turn as we have now received a letter from his relative (a brother who he has never appeared to get on with very well), and they now appear to be accusing us of ransacking the place and claim that although there is some damage much of it was done after he was hospitalised. They are also claiming that the telephone was used at all times of the night and day during the period that he was hospitalised. They seem to infer that it was us but we are aware that the police used the phone to telephone us at about 10.30 one evening after his brother had visited to let us know that the flat was unsecured and asked us to call down to lock the door. His social worker (from Mental Health Trust)had initially indicated to us that under some Mental Health Act we should be covered under their insurance but later told us that we were not. We did ask the council some time ago for help with all the extra expenses involved in looking after him but wre told they could do nothing.


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