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I'm anticipating that she will object as the tenant is her son!! I haven't actually given notice yet or advised my sister who's son is the tenant as I would like to know where I stand legally first.
He is refusing us entry into the property to view work that he has had done without authorisation from me or the letting agent. We have told him via the letting agent who will also be in attendance that we intend to enter the premises on the 7th November whether he agrees or not.
I'm anticipating that he won't let us in so I need the advice in adavnce just in case.
No. It's a long story but basically both my sisters wanted me to manage the property in accordance with the tenancy agreement which I have done to the letter of the law.
On the first of November 2015 it will be a year that we have rented the property to my eldest sisters son who has been a complete and utter pain in the back side. He has been quite abusive to myself and younger sister and is trying to intimidate us into not visiting the property which we belive we have a legal right to do so.
It has got to the stage where it is quite stressful and we have decided that enough is enough. The letting agent has not advised us either way but does agree with us that he has not adhered to the tenacy agreement and that he is being totally unreasonable
Thank you Clare,
I think the situation has resolved itself now but if it flares up again or I need advice regarding any other issues then I won’t hesitate to get in touch.