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Hi,

My partner recieved a stat demand for 46,000 for rent arrears. the demand made a claim that a lease from april 2011-april 2014 had incurred 46,000 arrears.

 

she requested a hearing to dismiss the demand. she provided bank statements proovein she had paid all rent during that period.

 

she then told the judge the arrears claimed related to an earlier lease.

 

she had a counter claim the landlord committed an act of fraud against her in 2011 for 123,000. she also provided evidence the landlord had waived arrears in the earlier lease.

 

I had written to the landlord reffering to the arrears without her knowledge.

 

The judge decided therefore I had acknowledged her arrears dateing back to 2008. he would not even consider her counter claim as it was in 2011.

 

he dismissed her application to set asside statitory demand. awarding the creditor 1100 costs.

 

we had reported three farmers for fraud. a parliamentary investigation upheld our complaint awarding us compensation. our landlord recieved 123,000 to support our business. he then told us he had given it back. we found out a year later he had kept it. Fraud.

 

the landlord waived our rent arrears in 2008 in an earlier lease to support his application for funding. he lied to us over its existance then claimed the arrears.

 

any idears would help.

 

thanks

 

steveeasy

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