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Hello I am happy to help this evening.
Yes I am still here. Apologies. I got caught on a call.
Who has the bill been made out to? Is it in your daughters name?
Can you let me know who the bill is addressed to?
Provided it is detailed in the tenancy agreement you could highlight this to the tenant that in accordance with their tenancy agreement, they are responsible for keeping the property clear from rubbish and ensuring that it is regularly collected by the local authority.
If there is an excessive amount of rubbish (more than 1 wheelie bin load), the council tend to not remove it which is a shock in your case. If the tenant does not remove it often the need arises to hire a rubbish removal company to ensure the property is clear of rubbish. This is often what happens
You should write to the tenant with letter before claim for the sum of the bill.
If you respond I can go into more detail however until I have more information I can only give general guidance.