Landlords’ legal battle to continue?

Posted: Thursday, 14 January 2010 @ 17:26
Landlords’ legal battle to continue?

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The surprise banks’ overdraft charges victory could leave landlords’ exposed to a new challenge by estate agents. The High Court originally ruled that millions of pounds of residential tenancy “renewal” fees charged by Foxtons to landlords were unfair resulting in expected refunds running to millions of pounds. The new interpretation of the law means that buy-to-let investors may now face delays in their claims for a rebate whilst any appeal is heard.

Please get in touch if you have been caught out by these hidden commissions.

Steve Petty
Commercial Property Solicitor
01926 629 005

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Thank you. Your response is great, very straight to the point! Hopefully this will bring an end to the matter. I will certainly be recommending your services as I am very impressed with the prompt dealing of this matter.
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