Reply To: landlord charges more for meals than the standard meals rate

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Leonard Payne
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Anyone know of any caselaw on this issue please?

Please tell me churdle that food costs are lower in Westmoreland 🙂

The real question is why the food deduction is set at £29.20

In the case stated, the cost to the resident for food is £45.00 making a difference of £15.80

If this amount is deemed ‘excessive’, then you can go for it, but methinks you could be making a mountain out of a molehill. Methinks, its not a hill I would die on.

Far more important would be excessive lease charges but ,,,,, rock on