8:50 AM, 23rd September 2018, About 3 years ago 15
I have an HMO in which one tenant started living with a woman, subsequently they had a baby, living in one room of the house.
They have always paid the rent on time and are continuing to do so. However, their baby is scaring away other tenants creating empty rooms in the house and so reducing rent income significantly.Obviously a room in an HMO is not appropriate for a couple with a baby and nor is it good for others in the house who need their rest.
The tenant wants to be evicted, so that he can go to the council and get a house from them. The council insists on an eviction notice issued by a court. How can I arrive at that the most quickly, bearing in mind the tenant wants to help work towards that ?
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