What constitutes harrassment

Susan Williams
By Susan Williams September 1, 2013 22:02

Tenants are 2 months in arrears with rent. Without going into detail have had no end of trouble contacting them but eventually did and they have said will try and clear arrears by 24th Jan. Didnt totally believe this but decided to give them a chance but have now discovered that it looks as though they planning to move out probably before the 24th.

I want to write and say that I am aware of what they are planning and that they are free to do so as I cannot stop them but they had better get a good solicitor because I intend to pursue the matter until I get what is owed. I may not know where they are moving to but I know where he works and the town is small enough so that eventually someone will know where they have moved to and I will continue until I see them in court. Would I be breaking the law or harrasing them by saying this after all I am only informing them of what I intend to do. Perhaps it might make them think twice about trying to get away with it

Even if I put it in the hands of a solicitor now, this will not stop them moving out if that is what they have decided to do.

Susan Williams
By Susan Williams September 1, 2013 22:02


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