Damage to a leather settee

L J S Properties
L J S Properties
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12 years ago
My teneant is moving out on today. I still have her deposit can i use some of the deposit to pay for damage to a leather settee? The wood support under the leather appears to have been broken causing the arm to sag badly. I have asked her about it, see said it broke when she preesed her elboe into it to get up.

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