9:16 AM, 11th August 2023, About 7 months ago 14
Hello, Our tenant stopped lines of communication in March. We were communicating by way of email and text, occasionally we tried a phone call but she texted us and said use email and text as her preferred method.
It says on her contract we can email etc. Well, we served a section 21. The notice period expires 25 August when the tenant should be out. We’ve emailed final inspection date and time but, as predicted, we have received no response.
The property is only a few miles away.
My question is: should we call at the door and hand the tenant a hard copy letter of the inspection and maybe try to open lines of communication or just head down the court route?
This tenant is up to date with rent so far.
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