16:28 PM, 23rd December 2021, About A year ago 6
Hi everyone, I’m new to the forum. I renovated my daughter’s house (Scotland ) which was uninhabited for some time and in poor repair. I footed the bill myself as she was unable to, and I didn’t want her mortgage free asset to deteriorate further. The cost was approx 20k. She consented to let the property in order for me to recoup my costs.
The tenants are the worst I have ever experienced over the years, with anti-social behaviour and late payments / Rent Arrears.
Have considered means of eviction, but my daughter has decided that selling the property is the best option for both of us.
I have read this is a mandatory reason for eviction but can be discretionary and for a tribunal to decide.
I want rid of the headache tenants, with my daughter willing to compensate me out of the sale.
Can anyone advise how I can proceed with this plan without falling into any legal traps the tenants may set, as they are very slippery creatures?
I have had claims of domestic abuse and drug use retracted by the female tenant when the eviction was pursued via an anti-social, domestic abuse route.
Lawyers were instructed etc.
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