Tenancy agreement and problem tenant?

Tenancy agreement and problem tenant?

11:03 AM, 23rd January 2023, About A year ago 11

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Hello, I have a tenant in my house who paid rent for the first year and then started creating problems, allowing cats and dogs to mess all over the lawns, then finally decided she doesn’t need to pay rent which she stopped last July.

My lawyer put in an application to the tribunal which was refused on the basis that the lease is signed in a company name.

I have been in touch with her previous landlord and discovered that she had done the same there.

Is there any platform which will help to prevent her doing this to a future landlord?

She seems know all the tricks in this area and how to play the system to her advantage.

Thank you,


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16:55 PM, 23rd January 2023, About A year ago

if i may for the benefit of all readers. is the agreement an AST or a commercial lease?

if the agreement is with a company am i right in thinking that the usual tenant protections do not apply and it is a 'faster' route to evict the tenant?

how long has the present occupier not paid the rent? has your solicitor said that you have to give another 3 months notice?

why has your solicitor not suggested raz option 'If it's a company lease agreement you need to make a STATUTORY DEMAND for the full rent arears. This gives the company 21 days to pay the arrears or reach a pay back agreement with the landlord.'

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