If you have answered yes to all three criteria you should call us on 0808 273 0900 to discuss a potential housing disrepair claim today.
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As a tenant, there are often difficulties determining who is responsible for issues or repairs in your home. Generally, your tenancy agreement should outline what the tenant and what the landlord is responsible for maintaining and repairing. Sometimes it’s not as straightforward as being 100% landlord responsibility or 100% tenant duty to repair, maintain or pay.
To help make things easier for you, we’ve compiled the most common areas that we see confusion over. Simply click on the relevant icon below to find out who is responsible for what. We offer free legal advice, whether you have a valid claim or not, so if you need a helping hand, get in touch.
You could be eligible to claim for housing disrepair if your home has any of the below issues:
Is your property full of damp? Perhaps there’s unsafe flooring or faulty electrics. You could be eligible to make a claim to help get the repairs done and potentially get some compensation too. Find out how to start your housing disrepair claim.
You may also make a compensation claim for personal injury or an equality act claim if the housing disrepair has caused you physical or mental health issues, discrimination or has directly put you or anyone in the household at risk of harm, including high and sustained levels of stress and suffering. Find out more about Equality Act claims.
Eligibility to make a housing disrepair claim depends on your individual situation. We have set criteria you need to be eligible for a claim. These can include:
Understanding what housing disrepair is and if you’re eligible to claim can be tricky. So, we created this quick and easy guide to help explain it.
For an estimate only of how much compensation you could be entitled to, simply use our handy compensation calculator.