Alleged damage by tenant
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Jane Lo
Jane Lo
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11 years ago
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In this day of cameras on mobile phones I would expect some evidence before paying out £400. If they have not yet repaired the damage you can see for yourself. If they have repaired the damage they may have photos prepared for the insurance company or a report by a claims assessor. Without evidence I would send them politely on their way. If they have evidence then you may have to pay out. Not sure what a court would make however of coming to you so long after the event.

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