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    The simple answer is - I don't know why my tenant isn't paying the rent. She has, so far, sent me 11 excuses as to why she can't pay, her auntie has died, she lent money to friends, etc, etc. I am meeting with her tomorrow to get to the bottom of it all and simply want possession and would waive the outstanding rent, just to get her out, so will try and persuade her to sign an Option to Determine type letter.

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      #17
      You may be better with a deed of surrender.

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