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The sum of £2.600..00 this includes insurance due
this is payable as rent.
You can peaceably re-enter the property and change the locks to lock him out however you cannot simply seize the goods unless you provide him with a notice under the Torts Interference with Goods Act that if he does not pay money which is outstanding within a reasonable period of time (usually that would be one month) then the goods left in the premises will be sold to repay outstanding rent.
Please bear in mind once you have foreclosed on the lease and taken possession of the property, the tenant that is in arrears is no longer responsible for business rates and that comes down to you.
Can I clarifying anything for you?
Thank you if he is not in the premises at the date of re-entry presumably I will have to allow him entry to take any tools of trade and personal belongings.
Would I need to place a notice on the door.