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Yes I am the landlord and owner of the property, my management agent refuse to go in and do a inspection and have my items put back into the room.
Can we take the management team and tenants to the small claims court and claim damages.
I have an agreement with the management team to regularly inspect the property however they are making excuses to do this job by sayings the tenants aren't in and will go another time. However the tenants have not opened the door when given 24hrs notice.
I was told regardless of giving 24hrs notice the tenants can say NO and I can't get my items back into the room is this true?
How can I deal with them?
The tenants owe arrears which is overdue by 2 months.
What can I do about to make sure the agents tell the tenants to put these items back?
Can I have an answer today as I have to deal with issue urgently?
Sorry, I get paid weekly and they have not paid a week in june but have continued to pay since. They have not attempted to pay the week owing.
The tenancy ends on October 4th I have a buyer who are investors and they want to take over the tenancy. So what is my position?
also need to remove my belongings so I need my items put back in the small room that was locked with a padlock on it.
Can the management agents give 24hrs notice to enter the house and if they are not doing their job what can I do about that as I pay them weekly to manage the property?
I am working abroad but I have the pictures that prove it is my TV on the wall as I can see the mark on the screen (accident with us)
The agents said despite giving 24hrs notice, the tenants can refuse entry is this lawful?
They will be on a rolling contract from the 4th Oct.
If I threaten to terminate my agreement with them does this mean I will not receive my rent as the tenants pay this to the agents, So how can this threat help me because I rely on the rent until sell the property, A survey is booked for next week.
The agents always say the tenants were not in but they don't seem to make the arrangement with them to be in, what can I do about this?
Can you give me an answer today please
I have a property in the UK with tenants occupying it and a management agents who are doing their duty to manage my property. I have a buyer and the survey was booked in today, plenty of notice given to the tenants and agents however the tenants refused access by leaving a key in the front door, I feel they are hiding in the house. The surveyor had a key with the agents but couldn't get in.
The surveyor has been booked in again, but want are my legal rights to sell my house? My selling agents are worried this will happen again so how can I sell my house? They are on a rolling contract from the 4th October and is an assured short hold tenancy.
When can I get a reply as this is urgent and delaying the sale of my house.
Can anyone give me an answer tonight as this is a worrying situation especially on completion/moving day if the tenants refuse to open the door and leave keys in the lock.