Notice to Quit

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By Landlord Expert May 3, 2013 09:41

My tenants have always been in arrears with their rent. They are now £391.44 in arrears (which is more than the Bond I hold) and I have given them two months notice. They currently have a fixed term (6 months) Assured Shorthold Tenancy agreement. They have taken advice and advise me that I cannot evict them as they are still paying rent. They are paying rent but it is less than the amount agreed and although they continually promise to clear the arrears, it never happens. My original tenant moved her boyfriend in without telling me but when I found out, I gave them both a new joint agreement.

I feel I have been very lenient as this has been nongoing for 16 months, but I cannot afford to continue being so loenient.

Any advice woulod be very much appreciated. Many thanks.

Landlord Expert
By Landlord Expert May 3, 2013 09:41

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