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    #31
    Your verbal Notice has no effect, proceed with Formal written Notice asap.
    Send her min 24 hr Notice of intended inspection only, T would have to contact you to rearrange a more convenient time/date beforehand. If she is in, don't try to enter without her permission.
    Ask Council TRO to accompany you on inspection, as a witness.
    Sounds like it will cost you ~£500 to evict T after min 4 months
    Why have earlier inspections not been conducted?

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      #32
      Originally posted by mariner View Post
      Why have earlier inspections not been conducted?
      See OP's previous thread.

      http://www.landlordzone.co.uk/forums...g-smoke-alarms

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        #33
        Four related threads have been merged.
        I also post as Mars_Mug when not moderating

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          #34
          do you get your rent (eventually) every month? perhaps an option is to increase the rent anyway without a new tenancy being created, assuming your current tenancy agreement allow for this. then get the tenant to use the deposit as rent money, explain that gives her a 'rent holiday' so its not seen as a blatant return of rent, then wait six years to evict! so long as you do actually receive rent each month, it doesn't matter whether you have a good relationship or not !!! you only rent it out to receive the money from someone .....

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            #35
            Strewth. What a read. Has s21 been issued yet?

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