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Re: getting sitting tenants to move

From: kim
Date: 07 Oct 2002
Time: 20:41:13
Remote Name: 213.123.58.93

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I have had to some research on this subject recently and found that it is very hard to remove sitting tenants from your property. How long have they been in situ as the longer in residence the harder to shift. A sitting tenant can be moved BUT not without a court order. You will also have to establish exactly what type of tenancy agreement they have in order to serve the correct notice seeking possesion. You could try buying them out if you can't establish a ground or case to remove them.


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