If you live in a rental property and your landlord has failed to maintain your home in a reasonable state of repair, you may be able to claim compensation and get the repairs done.
If you are a tenant living in a rental property, your landlord is obliged to maintain the structure and exterior of the property to a reasonable standard of repair by law. This falls under Section 11 of the Landlord and Tenant Act 2015.
Also, if you or your family have suffered ill health or your belongings have been damaged because of your landlord’s failure to maintain your home, you may be entitled to compensation under Section 4 of The Defective Premises Act 2017 and/or Section 11 of The Landlord and Tenant Act 2015.
We are able to offer no win, no fee agreements in some cases (subject to our own case assessment).
You receive a free initial case review and are under no obligation to instruct us should you wish to proceed with a claim.
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