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Damp and Mould in Commercial Property

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We have had an ongoing damp problem in our property that we cited to our commercial landlords in Feb 2023, we are feeling incredibly stuck as we have a no-witholding contract clause and our landlord/building management company are gaslighting us, dragging heels and have yet to acknowledge or fix the property. Its been now over a year.

Does anyone have any advice? I am suffering with stress and increasingly poor mental health over this.

We have no spare money to sue them.
I have a large file of photos/emails/paper-chain and receipts of money spent trying to mitigate this problem. We even have messages they mistakenly sent to us which appear to show they will “not waiver”.

Any “no-win-no-fee” recommendations or should they all be avoided.

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