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I used to hire a studio space upstairs in an office building which was decorated by me.



Then just recently I became a paraplegic and am wheelchair bound and could no longer get to my studio space so had to give up renting it.



I agreed with my landlords that they should get someone in to do the work needed for them to re let.

They provided me an estimate and I paid the money there and then.



Although I was never given a copy of the estimate.

They have now come back to me four months later asking for an additional 350 pounds on top of the 950 pounds I have already paid.

Apparently it is to cover the cost of work which was not initially included in the estimate total

but was written on the form as work that may needed to be done.



This I did not see and certainly didn't agree to.

Where do I stand?



In my opinion the extra should have been agreed with me before going ahead.

Although is it dodgy ground as in my rental contract I should have returned the space to its former state before leaving?

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If that's what it cost to return the space to its former state...fair enough ...but it should have been agreed and included within the quotation so you was aware from the start.


" as work that may needed to be done " £350.00 sounds optional and recommended which may not possibly of been necessarily required to return it to its former state...do you now have details of this extra work and why it was required?



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