a freind of mine had a similar problem with some tenants of his.his solution was quite radical but worked.he got a gang of lads that he knew and supplied them with lots of booze and a stereo system,they moved into the house for a weekend and had an almighty party. a very loud party,more booze was supplied on the sunday morning and the party raged on from the friday night.early morning on the monday the "tenants" moved out without a single hint of any violence.the party finished around 11.00 am on the monday and the owner began the process of cleaning up.
Thats a good idea phalinmegob, i like that but the problem is its a large semi- detached made into 2 flats, i have to think of the neighbours next door who have a daughter and young Baby
and the other nieghbours, it`s quite a respectable area and i don`t think the neighbours would be to happy, lol. I had a few friends around last night and those idiots from upstairs had the cheek to bang on the floor probably because we were talking to loud! They were ignored of course!
(I`m currently in the ground floor flat looking after it for a friend)
Think it costs the landlord about 150 to get the court order. Maybe he just doesn't want to pay out
Nope, I`ve spoken to the landlord, he wants me in soon as they`re out and the place has been fumigated/repaired whatever, he has served them 2 months notice which runs out today (31st Jan) and he said they have not been opening the door to him and that if they were not out today that he shall be seeking for a court order on monday to get the ball rolling for eviction procedures. He`s unclear on how to do this.
Kick the door in and smash them....
On a serious note bud if he can proove that they are in breach of their agreement (damage to property etc etc) then he should be able to have them rmoved very soon. Other than that I suggest he pays some heavies to scare the living day lights out of them. I happenen to know people like that but it will cost him, but maybe not as much in the long run so to speak.
Thats what i suggested to him mate, but he said no, he has to do it the legal way in case he gets into trouble.
I can understand as he is about 75-78, very well spoken chap, not the kind of person to use force and does everything by the book.
is there a tenancy agreement ?and has anything been signed ?why not call the police or get someone to watch the property and when they go out get the locks changed.and if they cause trouble call the police.or if you say one is working and one drinks all day ,the landlord should get some one round to kick him or her out and get the police involved .it sounds like they are squatting .
I didn`t think of that! Good idea summer, i`ll see what he says
Wheels and sanchez have the right idea! lol, unfortunatly this cannot happen, oh well court procedures its going to be then
Cheers guys, i`ll keep you updated on what happens