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What type of tenancy do you have? Have you had any other warnings etc?
i have had no warnings before this problem
this is rented accommadation,my wife being the scheme manager,we live in residential accomm
i was interviewed at home,no warning of the interview,the intervier did,nt even introduce herself,the other person taking notes,was my wifes boss,at no time did the interviewer introduce herself,and to this day i do not know who she is,or what she is in the trust,can i ask to see the notes taken by my wifes boss??
I would not worry about this.
You would have to be served with a formal warning.
Ask for their policy on eviction / anti social behaviour - this will give you an idea of what they should and need to do. These are the steps they MUST follow.
Once you have this you will have an idea of what happens.
Therefore generally they should warn you before taking any type of proceedings.
After all if you have been there 20 years they can not just give you a notice to quit - that would be wholly unreasonable and subject to challange.
Therefore you have nothing to worry about.
Assuming they did give you a notice to quit, you could contest any possession proceedings in Court.
Even if the Judge did find anti social behaviour they could suspend a possession order on terms that you simply with the terms of the tenancy.
Therefore you should not be concerned - you have been there too long just to be thrown out
Can I clarify anything for you about his today please?
hi and thanks,is there a time scale,that they have to let me know what is going to happen,as this has been going on for over a month,and i still don,t know anything
No timescale, but if proceedings were issued you would be notified at least 28 days before any hearing
Does this help?