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The landlady can do a lot more such as evict the tenants on basis if breach of the tenancy given the neighbours behaviour arguably amounts to antisocial behaviour. Further if the neighbour refuses to leave the property she can commence court proceedings to obtain a court order forcing the neighbours to leave.
An alternative route is given this can amount to a nuisance you or the landlady can report them to the local council who can take action by serving a notice in the neighbours to stop such action and if they fail to do so further actions will be undertaken.
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The landlady can use on the grounds under section 8 of the Housing Act.
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