Using P.O. Box address instead of landlord's address in Tenancy Agreement
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Steve_151
Steve_151
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13 years ago
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Hi Roz.

I look forward to seeing the outcome with regards to the PO Box address. I have a tenant chasing his deposit which I refuse to release from the DPS until he provides me with proof of bills been paid.

He has threatened to come to my house for the deposit which I don't mind confronting him. The trouble I have is if he turns up when I'm out and my wife is home alone.

I don't see why we can't use a PO Box for an address of contact.

Regards

Steve

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