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Re: Double letting

From: Mark Holloway
Date: 17 Feb 2003
Time: 14:52:18
Remote Name: 81.135.45.158

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I tend to agree with you - but you must ensure that you have absolute evidence that the tenants have vacted the property and are therefore in breach of contract - winning the case stands in your stead. I imagine that you are suing the previous tenants for breach of contract as opposed to non payment of rent? Ask the accommodation bureau where they get their ideas from and we can take it further.


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