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    tenant using ID for club books

    hi
    any help appreciated

    tenant has been using my ID to obtain club books and ordering items in my name

    have obtained experian report showing 10 club books and have handed it over to their fraud dept to sort from that end

    regard the tenancy is there any grounds to serve a section 8 or is there a quicker way to end the tenancy ? or do i serve a section 21 and wait 2 months ?

    thanks

    #2
    Club books?

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      #3
      Sorry, I had someone try-but-fail to do this. Sympathy.

      Contact these guys if not done so already...
      http://www.cifas.org.uk/

      I'd (sorry to be gloomy..) assume he's maybe done other stuff - Credit card, bank account, mortgage or tried to sell the place. Do you have multiple names/addresses for the property lodged with Land Registry??? Contact LR & do so if not already..

      In your shoes I'd visit plod & report (get crime reference number) fraud etc... I'd probably write T a calm & polite letter enquiring if he has any idea why these accounts have been opened.. (but maybe not advisable,.,... )

      I'd issue S8 & S21 and pursue with all enthusiasm ... Unlikely to get PO with G8 but you just might if he doesn't turn up to defend, especially if there are other breaches - late with rent, noise, whatever..

      Quickest way?? Bribery, but not so it looks like harassment...

      What an a******le....
      I am legally unqualified: If you need to rely on advice check it with a suitable authority - eg a solicitor specialising in landlord/tenant law...

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        #4
        As Artful says, report this to police asap.

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          #5
          How do you know it was tenant ?

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            #6
            Originally posted by Ericthelobster View Post
            Club books?
            Mail order catalogues Eric, you know ... Kays, Marshal Wards, Freemans, Littlewoods (other good mail order companies available) I must be showing my age ... as that is what we always used to know them as, back when my mum used to have the Grattan catalogue!

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