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  • Deposit Protection

    Tenant damages LL's car in deposit dispute!

    Nottingham Magistrates' Court heard how Hieu Le, a 23-year old master’s degree student studying at Nottingham Trent University, scratched the bonnet of his landlord’s car with a stone, after being told that his £250 deposit was being withheld to pay for damage to his bedroom following an end of tenancy inspection.

    Le, now of Welbeck Walk in Nottingham, felt that the deposit should have been returned, plus claimed that he had been denied access to the property to collect some of his belongings.

    But deputy district judge Steven Jonas told the student that he simply “can't behave like this”.

    “You are not allowed to take the law into your own hands,” he said.

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    A nurse who set fire to a flat following a grievance with her son’s landlord has been sentenced to two years in prison.

    Patricia Pemberton had set fire to the top-floor flat in a three-storey apartment block in Regent Street, Haslingden, in February 2017.

    The court heard Pemberton, 57, would frequently visit her son, who had a drink and drug problem, and drink with him in the flat.

    Other residents contacted the landlord and complained and the landlord served notice on the son.  The mother set fire to the flat in anger.

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