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Hello my name is ***** ***** I will help you with this.
For now please let me know whether the agreement allows for inspection?
This is written in the agreement; (g)Permit the landlords agent at reasonable hours in the daytime to enter the property to view the state and condition thereof and of the fixtures, furniture and effects by giving at least twenty four hours notice except in emergencies ,if the tenant fails to acknowledge the landlords request to view the property the landlord reserves the right to enter the property without further notice.
Sorry for the delay in reply I have been in Court.
In that case the agreement allows you a right to inspection if he refuses.
Then you do not need to give further notice.
You are entitled to serve a Section 8 or Section 21 notice whenever you want.
This can be sent by first class post, recorded delivery or even hand delivered to the address.
If he fails to respond then you can issue proceedings for possession.
This can be done online at:
But you can enter as the agreement allows you to.
Can I clarify anything for you about this today please?
the solicitor has told us we cannot go in because he accuses us of harassment if we do so without his permission. we are very concerned as to whether is the solicitor is dragging things out to perhaps show the court that we are giving him time which unfortunately for us is costing us in loss of rent We today took the section 21 form to the tenant instructed by the solicitor and put it under his door.because he does not acknowledge any post we send. Do we have to wait a whole two months before anything can be done in the courts?This is what we were told. This matter has gone on now for nine months so any advice would be welcome as to what we can do to speed things up. Thanks..
So sorry but I will not be able to see your answer till 7 p.m. hope this is O.K. Thanks.
You can issue a Section 8 notice and wait a month.
So you can issue proceedings quickly.
Does that help?