Should landlords have the right to refuse DSS tenants?10:43 AM, 20th May 2019
About 4 weeks ago 124
My tenant told me that his father (an electrician) would do a minor repair in the flat he rents. A quote for the job seemed okay so the tenant said he would pay and I could knock it off the rent.
Next month he confirmed work had been done, but cost a bit more and the rental I received was half the usual amount. This repair cost being quite substantial I asked for receipt for the work done and sent an SAE, but have not received a reply nor have I had rent for two months. Phone calls, emails and text messages have been unanswered.
Tenants from other flats have not seen him for quite a while. Do I have the right to investigate by entering into the property as I cannot obtain his consent if he either isn’t cooperating with me or has gone away?
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