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    Tenant ID!

    Hi everyone,

    Just a very quick question.

    I had a problem tenant whom I want to chase. I know there is a scheme on here through which I can do it - but there is a complication. The tenants were a couple with two very young children, only the man signed the agreement under what now appears to false name (we saw ID, it was simply fake). However, I do have child benefit letters that were sent to the lady: is it possible to chase him through her if they were not married and she did not sign the agreement? i imagine she is not going to give up her benefits.

    Please, any ideas or experience welcome.

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    i cannot imagine you getting any help from any government agency to trace her or him - Data Protection and all that - and in any case - she did not sign - therefore she is not your tenant and you have no case against her .....

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