If you rent a home in the UK, you should get along well with your landlord and have a satisfactory lease in place that covers all you paid for. You should also be able to enjoy your tenancy to the fullest as laid out in that lease.
However, these scenarios don’t always happen. As experts in housing law, the tenant’s rights solicitors at Pearl Lemon Legal are aware that problems between tenants and landlords occur much more frequently than they ought to.
Housing issues like flooding and freezing conditions are only two of the numerous issues for which tenants can sue landlords. If your landlord neglects to make the required upkeep or repairs, you have the option of filing a lawsuit; if the required repairs are not made, an injunction may be obtained. When seeking mould compensation, many consumers turn to suing landlords.
According to the nonprofit organisation Shelter, some 2.5 million people in the UK are believed to reside in rented homes that are unfit for human habitation. The majority of these tenants are still making their full monthly payments and are unaware of how to proceed to get the problem fixed.