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  1. Thank you for your feedback! I assume that if the references given are found to be faulse, one would be entitled to sue the relevant party for deformation of character?! Hopfully it does not come to that. My deposit and all rental fees and utility fees are up to date and have never been late or short paid. Given that, and that the property is in fact being left in a better condition than which it was found, can only constitute a favourable reference. My issue in general is the level of unprofessionalism relating to my case. Tell me if I am wrong, but the purpose of the Letting Agent
  2. Hi All, I am hoping that someone out there can shed some light on the rights and regulations governing tenants and letting agents in the UK. In addition, if either party (in my case the letting agent) is not complying with the contract and UK governing law, what action can be taken? I am not currently looking to take formal legal action against the letting agent concerned, merely escalate the matter so that this situation can in some way be resolved without any further frustration and negativity. I can provide more details if necessary, but for the timebeing here are a few key
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