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End of tenancy. Help/advice needed please.

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Hello. I gave my private landlord the 30 day notice on the 8th April, meaning we should be out of here on the 8th May, hand keys back etc. He can’t be here that day or the day before, as he’s away, so we’ve agreed the Saturday 4th as handover, but he’s wanting me to pay upto the 8th May! Am i in my rights to say to him, you can’t be here that day for handover, so why charge me the extra four days?  Rent should be due on 22/4, so do I give him 13 days or the 17 days? Any advice most welcome please. Thank you. 

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How much money are we talking here?

£20 or £200?

Have you spoken about this to the LL?

If he's not around on the 08th he could send someone to collect the keys.

I can't see anyone arguing over 4 days rent.

What would he do with the deposit then?

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Please ensure any dealings in this matter you have a good paper trail (i.e. do you have it in writing as the LL is unavailable on the 8th you must checkout on the 4th)


I agree have you discussed this with the Landlord


Have you paid a deposit? (if so is it protected and you were given a copy of the prescribed terms)


Ensure when you move out you take photographs of the condition of absolutely everything in each room/area. inside and outside (i.e. walls, sockets, skirting, lighting, furniture, meter readings, garden etc)


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