Allow Landlords to evict tenants where there are 14 days rent arrears14:34 PM, 1st October 2020
About 3 weeks ago 97
Help and advise is needed; please forgive my grammar error as I write in pain and low spirit.
I rent out my 3 House that goes for market price £1200.00 for £700.00 to a shady a Nigeria agent in Canary Wharf. Little did I know his intention / plan was to rob me of every penny he could to maintain his fake life.
Firstly, every now and then he charges me for repairs for a house his subletting to the council as b&b per night rate of almost £60.00 per day; yet he won’t pay me the £700.00 per month rent without deductions for repairs. I took it on myself to inspect the property, when he realised I caught him at his game he sent people to the house to harass the tenant and her family; afterward calling the police claiming it was in the landlord that came to threaten and harass the tenant. They were advised by the police to change the entrance lock; of course he deducted the lock change from the monthly rent pay I get from him.
Secondly, over two years now his being charging unbelievable amount for repairs from the rent due to me. Last year December decided to visit the property again this time with a police officer for record purpose, after our visit with the police another harassment complaint was filed against me to the police.
To an extent he framed up a lie thereby complaint to the police I threaten to kill him and his family. He police came to arrest me but I was out as of when they came looking for me.
He told me the company belongs to him but when did my finding I realised he was under bankruptcy order as of when he signed 3years lease agreement with me showdown get the director and the director (the wife) signed as both me and him witness.
I have filled a court case against him, his wife and his company(ies), its came to light that he used his wife name to register the company, but he’s being going around saying to people he owns the company now his hiding under his wife now claiming his was the company head of portfolio manager while Bankrupt but now his the CEO of the company. He gave the council using the property for their tenant a different contract with a different company name that foes not have identity; bill me with non-identity company compare to the contract issue to me.
I have paid two different lawyer thousands of pounds on this case.
The court sent another hearing after the first one we had; both him, his wife and their lawyer are trying to play smart with case thereby complicating matters.
For two years now I have suffer financial hardship, emotional and verbal & oral abusive languages from this this shady agent with my mortgage property.
It is a long story; I am lost of thought and ideas.
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