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Is this a HMO or do they have an AST?
it is HMO but without any licence or written agreement with the said tenants.
Please consider all the information that I have supplied to you via two emails addressed to yourself
Do you live in?
We have one small room. Sometimes my son lives there and in his absence I live there. At other times I live at my daughter's rented accommodation. Furthermore, today 10/03/15 I gave verbal notice to rest of the tenants to leave by 10th of April 2015. So that one of my daughter can move in with her husband and child.
What you should do is give a notice to quit. If they refuse then you can issue proceedings for possession.
You can use this using form N1
Its the same form as for debt, but you are seeking an order for possession
The court will list the matter for a hearing and decide whether to give possession.
Of course the Court will
If they then refuse to move you can get them evicted.
Can I clarify anything for you about this today please?
which form shall I use for applying to the court for possession and claimimg the arrears of rent from tthe tenents. how much will the fees will be do you think.
sorry I didn't see the form for claiming that you have mentioned. Its the form N1. Is it the same form for claiming rent. They are asking for a tenancy agreement. Do I have to give them an agreement form/
I wonder why they are asking for an agreement form when I didn't give one when they took up tenancy.
Its form N1 because form N5 is for possession of property. ie the whole property.
You dont need to supply a tenancy agreement now
Does that help?
Yes it helps a great deal. Thank you.
One more thing. Please tell me which form do I need to claim for arrears of rent, which is over two months?
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