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Do you know if they tenant is still in the premises?
I think a welfare check is a responsible way forward. I would continue to tell the tenant that you are going to access the flat. If you still don't get a response then you are going to want to give the tenant notice that you have concerns and are going to change the locks and enter the premises. You will have a written agreement that you are allowed access to the property and if they don't allow this then they are in breach of contract. If they don't contact you then you can have a locksmith change the locks to allow you to enter the property. With Scottish short assured tenancies, then if the tenant doesn't pay rent for 3 months then you have the right to evict them.
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