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Not sure as ours is mortgage not rental
I can check through all the paperwork from when we bought the flat.
ok cannot do this until i get home this evening, can I reply then or tomorrow.
I do not have any rules regarding letting my property as we are not letting it out, we live here, it does however say in the Lease
Hi I do not have any information about letting the property, as we live here, but it does say in the Lease "Not to do or permit to be of done any act or thing in or upon the demised premises or any part thereof or any part of the Property which may be or grow to be a damage or nuisance or annoyance to the lessor or the company or any of the occupiers or other parts of the property or to the neighbourhood" and also "Not to play or use or permit to be played or used any piano, gramophone, wireless or television loudspeaker or mechanical instrument of any kind, between the hours of midnight and 8am, nor sing or carry on loud conversation, or allow the same to be done in the demised premises so as to cause damage, nuisance or annoyance to the lessor or the company or the lessors or occupiers of any other part of the property".
I don't know if this helps, but we were being woken up constantly, many complaints have been logged over the years with both management companies, there has been 1 eviction and as I said the most recent tenants have now gone, as there is a warrant out for his arrest, just want to know really if we took things further, would we have some form of case against the landlord? It would also be possible to get statements from other tenants, regarding the problems.
Thanks for the reply, does rhis mean we could take action against the freeholders, for not doing anything about the on going problems?
Sadly not. You can't force the freeholder to do anything.