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  1. I'll look into getting the UC paid to me. I'd sooner have him out tbh tho. Yeah they were left when he took the property, I also enclosed copies with the section 21.
  2. No gaurantor or insurance, the guy was working and it all checked out ok.
  3. Hi All, It's been a long time since I posted on here, hope you are all doing well. I've had a tenant in a property since October last year and its been a cat and mouse game to get him to pay rent. He is currently 4 months in arrears. The AST ended and I seved a Section 21 in October, today was the last day. I had told the tenant I'd come over to collect the keys, but as expected he's told me he can't move out as he's got nowhere to go, I do feel for the guy but I've had every excuse under the sun over the last year and would sooner have him out and find someone else. He's been in touch with the council as I had a reference form off them a few weeks ago. I believe he's currently on UC but I don't think his claim is through. In the 20 years I've been renting out property I've never had to deal with a tenant that wont move out. Any pointers would be much appreciated. Russ
  4. Cheers again. Ive spoke to the tenant and agreed for her to stay in the property and pay her arrears and rent weekly, hopefully she plays ball
  5. Yeah Rich thats something to think about in the future, first tenant I've had thats been a hassle tbh.
  6. Thanks for the replies, Yes there is no residential aspect to the rented space. Any idea of cost? The property is easy accesable via a shared rear passage door, she will still have a remote for the shutter but it can be isolated from inside. What about the outstanding rent.
  7. Hi, Just after a bit advice if anyone can give it. I've a small single room shop i rent out, the tenant has been in just over a year (on a 3 year lease). The lease states the rent (£240 pcm )was to be paid by s/o but has never set this up despite various requests. She's now 3 months in arrears and has gave every excuse possible and is now not replying to texts or calls. There is a clause in her lease that states i can take possetion after 21 days of non payment. Any ideas for a cost effective way of dealing with it? I'd prefer her out, as I've had to chase every months rent since she took it. Regards Russ
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