8:02 AM, 27th May 2014, About 10 years ago 9
Our tenants son is been done for ‘sex trafficking offences’, he’s given his address as his parents address so our property is been dragged through the mud. They’ve owed us some rent arrears for 18 months plus but we’ve never pressured them for it so long as they paid their full rent weekly. There have been a few other things that have bothered us so we’ve decided it’s time for them to go.
We’re going to start by increasing their rent, hoping they’ll look for somewhere cheaper. If not we’ll do it properly, our only concern is that they haven’t got a tenancy agreement, they are foreign and speak no English so didn’t see the point (stupid I know).
My question is, do I still issue a section 21b, if so how do I work out what date to put?
The thought of even bumping into this man that thinks it’s OK to use women in this way makes me feel sick, can I stop them from having him in the property?
So many questions, all answers gratefully received.
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