My own fault, but I need to evict good paying tenants

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  • red_jude
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    Personally I hope it all goes in favour of your tenants, but if I were them I'd be telling you where to stick your property, how dare you?
    Somebody like you determines the wellbeing of this family and they have been badly let down, just like we have very recently.

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  • jeffrey
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    Or the mortgagee (if it's mortgaged)? Or the freehold reversioner (if it's a leasehold flat)?

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  • property mongrel
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    If I were the OP I would also read up on attempting to evade a liability by deception.

    As well as conspiracy to defraud.

    Does the taxman know you are letting I wonder?

    pm

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  • Roy_Solomon
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    It isn't the the tenants choice as to whether an agent is involved or not, its probably in your best interest to dump the agents (although you may still have to pay them some fees) and advise your tenants that the agents are no longer involved and to deal with you directly.

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  • theartfullodger
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    Something in there must be illegal - attempt to conspire, fraud, in particular..
    I did send emails to the tenant saying I will put you and your family out on the street
    hmmmnnnn.
    “Protection from Eviction Act 1977”
    Section 1
    Unlawful eviction and harassment
    s.1(3A)
    "the landlord of a residential occupier or an agent of the landlord shall be guilty of an offence if he does acts likely to interfere with the peace or comfort of the residential occupier or members of his household."
    It would be sensible in your shoes to advise the Tenant to take legal advice (CaB, Shelter or a Solicitor..).

    I do hope we read more of this case when it gets to court - with you as the defendant.. Hamptons, assuming you are reading this (they do, oh yes they do..) kindly point the tenant at this thread please dear Sirs...

    Cheers!

    Artful

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  • westminster
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    Originally posted by honeybee28 View Post
    I have now served them with a section 21 as I feel that our relationship has broken down, probably due to the fact I tried to save myself a bit of money.
    More probably because of your threats to throw them out on the street.

    So basically you want to evict them because you are embarrassed at your own deceitful and nasty behaviour, and you want to run away from the mess you have created.

    I suggest that you grow up, acknowledge the fact that you've seriously messed up, and apologize to the tenants and to the agent.

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  • thesaint
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    Originally posted by davidjohnbutton View Post
    Care to elaborate a bit?????
    They are good tenants, they are paying rent, they have said that they have another 2 years of their agreement, and after that the tenants are saying that the landlord has to evict them.

    My response to this is to "Do nothing".

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  • property mongrel
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    You appear to be saying that you have threatened to evict them.

    How did you word that particular e-mail?

    pm

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  • davidjohnbutton
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    Originally posted by thesaint View Post
    Do nothing.
    Care to elaborate a bit?????

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  • thesaint
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    Do nothing.

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  • Glenys1198
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    You either press on with the possession proceedings and take the flak, or agree by consent to withdraw them. I assume that you can do the latter - no doubt someone will advise if I am wrong.

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  • davidjohnbutton
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    This exactly epitomises why you should never write anything that you might not want to be used at a later stage against you - particularly in court.

    If you follow the S21 eviction process carefully (deposit protected?????) and correctly, then your emails wil not come back to bite you as the court is only concerned with the paperwork being correct - theres no scope for counterclaims as there is with the S8 process.

    Hamptons may well want their fee - and you may have to pay it. If you want to save money by not using an agent then terminate the relationship in the proper manner and re-let yourself.

    Depending on the actions of the tenants - you might also attract attention of the local authority for your threats to put the tenant out on the street.

    Apologising and grovelling to both other parties might work.

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  • LesleyAnne
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    Sorry but what help are you expecting to get?

    There must have been a better way to change arrangements you had for letting this place, without trying to pull the wool over everyone's eyes.

    Was trying to wangle a bit more money out of the deal really worth losing good, trustworthy, well paying Ts?

    Don't really know what you are expecting anyone here to advise! Making your own bed and lying in it perhaps!

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  • jta
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    You sound a lovely person, not.

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  • My own fault, but I need to evict good paying tenants

    Hi I have had great tenants for over a year, I decided to try and ask them if they would consider renting privatley behind Hamptons International back to avoid me paying the fee each month. I sent numerous emails to the tenants saying ignore Hamptons I will send you the story to tell them you are moving out to avoid any fee. However they have now said they would prefer to have Hamptons involoved to safe guard deposit with a bit of security. They ahve forwarded all my emails onto Hamptons. I have now served them with a section 21 as I feel that our relationship has broken down, probably due to the fact I tried to save myself a bit of money. They have two children 8 week old baby and a 4 year old starting the schoold around the corner tehy are not preapred to move as I origionally said I would rent for 2 years behind Hamptons back they are trying to hold me to that. Or at least until something comes up should it be after the section 21 ends they ave said then I will have to evict them. I did send emails to the tenant saying I will put you and your family out on the street and I am worried about all of my nasty emails should it go to a hearing. They have never not paid the rent and have all my emails a evidence of trying to do a deal behind Hamptons, what should I do and were do I stand should they not move out PLEASE HELP

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