The Tenant Who Moved with Her Garden After Her Tenancy Ended

The landlord was not happy

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Tenant-landlord disputes are not uncommon in the rental market. Landlords retain deposits and sometimes take a long time to refund them. They are also usually paid after expenses have been deducted. Tenants are generally the weaker party. It is rare to hear of a tenant who has an upper hand.

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