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Me and my partner have recently moved into a 1 bedroom student house in Lincoln, and from day one have had problems with where we are living. There is mould everywhere in the house, in the kitchen we have vinyl flooring but we have noticed that the floor is damp and that there is things under the floor and they have glued over it. The flat was not in this condition when we went to view it, as they told us that the whole place was being refurbished for when we move in. Is there any way we can get some sort of compensation or any way we can move out, as we have signed a tenancy agreement, which has been broken by the landlord due to allowing mould to spread.
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If you think the issues such as mould is bad for your health you should report this to the council. You should contact the landlord directly and then provide a written letter of everything wrong in the property aswell. Because depending on the severity of the issues they can have Upto 30 days to fix them otherwise break the law.
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