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Hi All,

 

we rented out our house to a couple for 6 months, which ended up 9 months and the lady did not pay and left, we took the lady to court for the rent arrears and cost to replace the carpets etc etc and the case has not been heard as yet, As we were unable to pay the mortgage on the house the lender has now taken it and charged the locks.

 

But should we still claim off the old tennant or just forget it and stop the court case, the lady in question was n arrears and costs to the sum of £2.5k

 

as we no longer have the house can the court refuse to here the case

 

not sure now what to do push for the funds which is outstanding or forget it

 

any feedback would be helpful

 

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Guest Old_andrew2018

You really need to seek legal advice, however IMHO you still have a case against your ex-tenant

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Yes you definitely have a case. At the time the tenant departed the house was yours.

The case should not be of any concern to the mortgage lender.

 

What are your prospects of getting anything back from the ex-tenant?


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What are your prospects of getting anything back from the ex-tenant?

 

 

This is the question and the first one a solicitor would ask. There is little point litigating against someone if a) their address is transient b)they have no stable income.

 

However right your claim is you need to asses the likelihood of coming out ahead in the end.

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