Housing Disrepair Claims in the UK
If Your Are Living In A Rented Property In Need Of Repair You May Be Entitled To £1000s In Compensation & To Get Repairs Carried Out
Answer These 4 Quick Questions To Find Out If You Can Claim
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The term housing disrepair describes a rented property in need of repair in order to qualify as safe and suitable for tenants to live in.
Landlord negligence is when a landlord fails to uphold their duty of care towards a tenant – resulting in discomfort, illness or injury.
The housing disrepair law – the Landlord and Tenant Act 1985 – stipulates the responsibilities of a landlord and the crucial role they play to ensure the safety of their tenants.
This is a type of lawsuit that involves legal proceedings by a tenant against their landlord for failing to keep the house in good condition and fix its damage.
Yes. If your landlord has failed to keep the house in good condition and repair faults in your home, you can make a claim through the Housing Ombudsman or contact a housing disrepair solicitors for help.
Yes. If your landlord has failed to maintain parts of your rented property and ignored requests to fix these issues, you can sue your landlord for negligence.
Yes. Presence of mould in your home can damage your home and trigger a number of health conditions. You may be able to make claims for compensation for mould and damp if there has been damage to your belongings or you have suffered health issues due to mould presence in your home.