I have been renting a property (residential) for 10 months from a limited company.
I wanted to move out of the property recently, they informed me I still have two months left on my contract, i would need to pay for. Then i would also need to pay £400 in checking out fees, Im not sure what the "checking out fees" are for, but i had to pay a similar "checking in fee" when i picked up the keys, granted this was a bit less.
Shocked i looked through my contract and realized i had in fact agreed to this.
However, The name on the contract for the company i have been paying, has been dissolved according to companies house
Final Gazette dissolved via voluntary strike-off
The company filled for this a week before i even signed the contract with them.
Is there anything I can do here? I have never been informed of anything that has changed regarding the company.
**Edit Update. There is nothing in my contract stating that it can be switched to a different entity.
The landlord name on the contract is the company that is now dissolved. The director is still the person I am dealing with. I signed a contract agreeing said company will be my landlord but that company doesn't exist...is this contract void?