Jul 07,2013
Zoe Halford
By: 'Unhappy Tenants'
Jul 07,2013
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I have on two occasions asked Zoe the companies Herad of Residential Property Management, for our landlords contact details under Section 1 of the Landlord Tenant Act 1985.
She has refused these details stating "As a Managing Agent we do not have to supply any details for the landlords".
I have spoken with the Property Ombudsman forwarding them Zoe\'s emails.
The Property Ombudsman will be investigating and say:
"A person who, without reasonable excuse, fails to comply with subsection (1) commits a "summary offence" a criminal offence prosecuted in the magistrates court and is liable on conviction to a fine not exceeding level 4 on the standard scale, currently about £2500".
This company obiously fear tenants and landlords communicating, and looking at the reviews on here it is clear why.
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By: Zoe Halford
Jul 09, 2013
Dear Tenant

Section 1 of the Landlord and Tenant Act 1985 states that we have a period of 21 days to provide the name and address of the landlord. As a result we are still acting within the boundaries of legislation.

As stated previously, I believe it to be courteous to the landlord to ask, before passing contact details across. Your threats to stop paying rent have caused much distress to this landlord. She is an elderly lady and has instructed Andrew Louis to serve a Section 21 because you have refused access to both contractors and Andrew Louis staff.

We have made several attempts to call you and have left messages on the mobile number you provided us with. If you would like to discuss this further, please feel free to call or email.

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