New electrical checks and safety standards for Landlords8:59 AM, 15th January 2020
About 2 weeks ago 169
I’m a newbie to the letting game and would welcome advice from some seasoned members. I have a tenant who has run up non payment of rent to the tune of over a £1200.
She was a no problem for 6 months of her short hold tenancy agreement, but once it changed to a periodic, problems started. I have had several friendly discussions with her and she has promised to address the arrears issue, but little has changed. She does pay small amounts occasionally, but the arrears are piling up.
I would like to regain possession. could members advise as to the appropriate procedure I should follow. I presume it is the issue of a S21 with two months notice from the next due payment date.
I have followed all regulatory procedures relating to safety certs, right to rent document and deposit protection.
thank you in advance for any help
Please also see our page “Personalised Advice on Evicting Tenants” >> https://www.property118.com/evicting-tenants/
And Paul Shamplina of Landlord Action’s members profile >> https://www.property118.com/member/?id=190
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