discrepancy of signatures

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    I have a case that I think that the signature on a lease is not the claimants.

    The landlord’s tenant moved out of the property in June and when we discovered it and overpayment was supplied.

    the proof of the new lease is signed by the tenant and the landlord, but the signature does not look like the tenants previous signatures at all, the lease supplied covers the period of the overpayment and was supplied as proof that the tenant hadn’t left, but I don’t think that it was the tenant that signed this new lease

    So, am I allowed to write that into an appeal submission that I have suspicions about the signed lease??


    Yes you can draw attention to the discrepancy in the submission and say that in the LA’s view the signature is not that of the claimant.

    It is up to the Tribunal if they agree with you or not.

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