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Hello, my name is ***** ***** I am a qualified lawyer happy to help you this evening.
What has your landlord been doing?
I can't take a call at the moment but I can respond online if that suits?
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Who is your local council? Islington?
OK, the reason why I ask, the council regulates landlords. They fine landlords for environmental health issues and also you have a right to "quiet enjoyment" of the property which means the landlord cannot turn up without notice.
So tomorrow, you need to contact the environmental health department at Hackney Council :
You need to tell them the problems you are having - they will contact the landlord and the landlord should deal with the problem. If not then the council will prosecute the landlord (fine them)
No problem, come back to me tomorrow if you need to.
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They shouldn't be there at all. Your landlord needs to give you notice that they will arrive. As they have not done that, the landlord has breached the terms of the agreement with you.
The only thing you can do now is speak to the council first thing tomorrow morning.
If it's too much you can try the Police on the 101 number
They will help if there is a disturbance or if the landlord is doing something illegally. The 101 number is ***** a 999 call - if you call the 101 number they will just talk to you so don't worry about it.
Hi, It depends on the terms of your contract. You are entitled to quiet enjoyment of the property until the end of your tenancy agreement. If there is a clause for viewings in your contract then check what it says as you may be in breach of contract otherwise.
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