Tenant no longer missing BUT what next?

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    Tenant no longer missing BUT what next?

    Following on from my earlier thread about our tenant having gone missing, my husband went round to our flat at 7am this morning and found the tenant's car there. He rang the bell for a good 10 minutes but the tenant didn't answer, although my husband was sure he was in. Now that we know the tenant hasn't left and is still using the property we just want to talk to him to discover what his intentions are and when he's going to pay the overdue rent etc. BUT if he won't return our phone calls or answer his front door what should we do? We both work so can't sit outside the flat waiting for him to go out and it is clear the tenant is avoiding us. It is so frustrating when people will not communicate!!!

    Any further help from anyone who has been in this situation as to the best way to proceed would be very welcome.

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    You must resort to law. Your only redress is to serve a S.8 Grounds 8,10 & 11 Notice if he is in 2 months' arrears or more, or a S.21 if appropriate. There are no other reasonable alternatives.
    The advice I give should not be construed as a definitive answer, and is without prejudice or liability. You are advised to consult a specialist solicitor or other person of equal legal standing.

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