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Hi all


Yet another cowboy letting agent...


Rented a house July 2006 with £2000 deposit, no TDS (as before April 2007) - LA holds deposit as stakeholder.


Left house 4 months ago, in good condition. LA won't respond re deposit. Has said 2 months ago that "work required" but no details and no word since then. LA not ARLA registered.


All patience now gone but don't know who to sue: the LA or the LL. Can you advise? The LL, btw, lives abroad but has full agency service with LA.


Many thanks



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I would think the landlord should be the one who should be sued aspresumably the agent is following their clients instruction. The issue of course, will be service of any papers.


I suggest that you contact the court to see if you can serve the papers to the agents office.

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