No the landlord doesn't live in the property.
I live in the property and look after all maintenance etc.
We share the whole house.
Kitchen, bathroom, living room and garden are all shared.
Each room is just a normal bedroom, no sink or other amenities.
The '8' that you spoke about ?
What is this ?
Does the landlord need these documents produced by a property law firm specialising in this area ? There are a numer online that use a 3 stage system to remove unwanted tenants.
Should the landlord try to retrieve the rent outstanding now or after the documents (eviction notice) has been issued ?
How should the landlord proceed in retrieving the outstanding amount ?
The tenant is working and also owns a flat which is rents out!
(believe it or not, he's also a landlord).
My last question's:
Is it advisable to try and remove the tenant with a personal letter addressed to the tenant asking him to pay the funds etc, but also ask's him to leave ? Or is the legal method the preferred route ?
At this stage is an email as good as a letter in the post ?
What pit falls should the land lord look out for ?
Any common mistakes to avoid when dealing with such a situation ?
These are my last question's.
Many thanks, XXXXX XXXXX most helpful!
Will follow your advice.