Foxton's renewal commisson
Tenancy Types and Management

Chris White
Chris White
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12 years ago
When you first went to Foxtons you must have signed up to their terms and conditions - in other words, entered into a contract with them. So, what does the contract say about renewals and about ending the contract?

If you breach the contract they may have a claim against you although I think that under contract law they would have to show that the terms were reasonable.

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