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Re: Council will not re-house based on a notice

From: Simon John
Date: 11 Dec 2002
Time: 12:44:44
Remote Name: 213.78.77.18

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Hi Mark,

Thank you for your reply. The problem I'm having with my tenants is that when they move into my property they did not tell me they have two little children. Towards the end of their tenancy they started making trouble which made me to give them a notice to leave. They then told me that's what they've been waiting for so that they can get a council flat, after they had taken the notice to Council they were told I have to go to court and get the bailiffs to get them out before the family will be re-housed. I'm not ready to go to court so I have decided to let them stay on.


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