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I have recently left a property, and am still awaiting my bond ect back. I handed my keys in a couple of weeks ago, and the tenancy is still running and paid upto till August 1st ( I handed months notice in etc as per correct guidelines)

 

Its come to my notice that someone has already moved into the property, Basically Am I entitld to a refund if I have paid till the end of the month?:idea:

 

Thanks!

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You could try writing to the landlord and point out that you have been informed that he has relet the property whilst your tenancy is still in place and since it is against the law to take rent from overlapping tenants, request a refund of (x) week's rent overpaid. The fact you handed back the keys will not help you.

 

If he does not come up with the cash, you need to think about whether it is worth chasing though.


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Information given is based on my knowledge and experience and is not to be considered as legal advice

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Hmmm .. He was mithering me to hand the keys in I can see why now. I didnt think anything of it at the time ( as I had moved out 2 weeks previous to my new property, and was cleaning the house in the mean time...) He asked me twice if I had completed it and to post the keys through the letterbox when I had finished..

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Worth a stamp to give it a try though. Make it sound really formal!!


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thanks for the advice. I think I will give the agents a call first perhaps find out the date they signed? :idea:

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