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By z4027672030, Sep 3 2015 08:50AM

When renting a house, the ideal relationship between a landlord and tenant should a trusting and dependable one, with both sides keeping to their promises in the contract. This relationship can go awry, however, if you believe that your landlord is in your home more than you expected, or they are forcing themselves into your home. So when does your landlord have the right to enter your home?


By z4027672030, Aug 20 2015 09:01AM

Rent arrears can lead to tenant and landlord disputes, and, even in some cases, you could end up losing your home if you fail to pay your arrears. If you are in fact responsible for paying back what you owe, you must get in contact with your landlord as soon as possible and try to make arrangements to pay back your arrears.


Before this, however, you should check that you do in fact owe all the money your landlord says you do. There are a range of reasons why you may not be responsible:



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