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Re: Agreement Breaker

From: Mark Holloway
Date: 27 Nov 2002
Time: 10:19:59
Remote Name: 213.122.35.65

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Firstly the clause regarding surrender of the property is invalid - by law you have to give the tenant two months notice, regardless of the fact that they have left the property. With regard to the council I would inform them that the tenant has yet to give notice as do you and therefore the tenant is still legally obliged to pay rent as his contract has not come to an end yet, therefore they should chase the tenant not you regarding the council tax. Be very careful about re-entering the premises as you could be breaking the law - If i was you, I would seek legal advice - try clciking on Solicitors abouve and giving Blackhams a ring.


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