arrears

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I used to have a tenant which still have an outstanding arrears of 2500 plus since March this year. I have now secured the property and let it to a new tenant. My letting agent made an agreement with the previous tenant to pay a minimum amount because they are on housing benefit but they failed to keep their agreement. My letting agent have told me that since this previous tenant is on housing benefit even I take them to court to get the arrears I will only get minimal amount plus I will have to pay the court expenses for doing it. Does my letting agent advice correct? Is there any other option to collect the arrears from the tenant? Thanks in advance.
04/11/2009 00:00

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