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Re: problem tennants....HELP

From: Mark Holloway
Date: 18 Feb 2003
Time: 22:23:02
Remote Name: 81.131.219.67

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This is a common occurrence - however I would suggest that you tread carefullt as you do not want to upset your tenants and encourage them to leave the property in a mess. Firstly it is imperative that you get something in writing from them - did they write and tell you they were going to leave? If they have then you have received formal notice and the chances are they will go. If they do not go then you will have to go through the courts for possession - solicitor needed but you should win. Next, is there a clause in the temnamcy agreement that states that they can not use the final months' rent as a deposit? If there is ten it might be prudent to point out to them that they are in breach of the agreement - however overall I suggest that you stick with the agreed date to meet as it seems they are serious about moving out and if they have not been a problem before don't encourage them to be a problem now.


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