Is there anything in law to state my two rent cheques have to be of the same value?
“The only person who decides how many payments of cheques will he accept is the landlord himself. No one can force him on that however good luck.”
“Go to their office and demand to see the contract signed by the landlord. Chances are that they haven’t got the landlord’s signature yet, so I'm guessing that is not a contract yet cos both parties haven’t signed. They just want to keep the commission.”
“Property consultants and agents are middle men, they never own the place. According to the letter, you should have insisted on meeting with the landlord personally in order to discuss this matter. True you signed a legally binding contract with the consultant but there are what ifs to consider. If you insist on meeting with the landlord instead of making payments through the consultants I think they would accept the cheques. Hopefully you have learned from your mistake. Next time insist on meeting the landlord. At Least you will have a clear picture of what you are supposed to do, some of these middle men just want extra cash for themselves so you can't trust them.”
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