Compensation or not????

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15 years ago
A tenant brought back referencing forms and paid the deposit by cheque yesterday after viewing a property on Monday and saying she wanted to take it from the 1st March............ Landlord had the house emptied (by a firm)today apart from some electrical bits and beds that the "tenant" asked to be left. We received a phonecall this evening out of hours from the tenant advising she no longer wants to go ahead with it due to her 10 year old son not liking the property (this is a martial split so she wants her sone to be happy). We now have the joy of ringing the landlord tomorrow morning advising this. How much compensation do you think is reasonable to offer for keeping the house off the market for 4 days? Deposit paid is £550.
Any help on this would be greatly appreciated and quickly !!!

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