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Thanks for your message, I appreciate it is important to you. This depends on if you are a tenant or a landlord. As a tenant, you can report the matter to the local council and subsequently take court action. As a landlord, you can serve the tenant an eviction notice to quit and subsequently take court action.
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Ok thanks for clarifying. If you, as the tenant are in breach does not necessarily mean you will be taken to court, as that is always a method of last resort. The penalty for the breach will be determined by the contract of agreement. However, in the event you were taken to court, then yes a resolution would be proposed to remedy that breach.
It depends what the penalty would be, as determined by the tenancy agreement. If it is silent on this matter, it would then depend on what resolution would be satisfactory to the landlord for the breach. A serious breach will result in eviction. This will be the case if it is one or more breaches.
Yes, it is still possible although if it is minor then it is unlikely.
Minor breach could be loud music, where you be required to comply with playing the music at a more social level. Serious breaches could be drug use. It is wide ranging.
That would not have relevance in court. I cannot predict any results in court, but decisions are based on facts of the matter, and not an external voting system.
It would be passed to Housing Management because of the breach, and not be a breach because it is passed to Housing Management.
It can result in eviction if the breach is serious enough, or if it is multiple breaches.
As above, it could be a range of things from non payment of rent to drug use. It isn't the amount of breaches that occur, it is the nature of them, and whether they lead to eviction or not I cannot obviously say as that will depend on the views of the landlord. I hope this helps.
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