Is your landlord failing to repair your rented property?

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    What is disrepair?

    The law requires your Landlord to keep your rented property in a good state of repair and condition.

    The most common complaints by Tenants relate to:

    Poor ventilation leading to the creation of dampness and/or mould within the property.

    Structural damage including defective drainage, pipework, guttering and plasterwork

    Leakage into the property of water causing damage within

    A failure to provide adequate heating and the supply of hot water.

    Rodent infestation


    Any/all of these and other defects will cause damage, distress and in certain cases, health issues for which you are entitled to compensation.

    What can you do about it, and how can Coyne Learmonth help?

    You can make a claim against your Landlord requiring them to repair your property in accordance with their legal obligation.

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    All we need from you at this stage is to:

    1. Confirm to us that you have reported the defects to your Landlord.
    2. Complete our simple online enquiry so that, on receipt, one of our File Opening Team can contact you on the telephone to take further details from you.

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    COYNE LEARMONTH will take up your case on your behalf on a NO WIN NO FEE BASIS to ensure that your Landlord carries out the repairs fully and properly in every respect.

    IT IS IMPORTANT THAT YOU PROVIDE AN HONEST AND TRUTHFUL DESCRIPTION OF THE DAMAGE AND THAT YOU HAVE REPORTED IT TO YOUR LANDLORD.

    We confirm that you will not be asked to pay any money ‘up front.’ All your expenditure on your behalf will be covered under the terms of our ‘No Win No Fee’ Agreement.