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As long ashe pays the rent he has no broke the contract
You can no evict him, because he has no broke it
You could send him a burofax explain that he has no permission to do what he hs done and forcing him to reparir the propiety as it was or you will demand him in court
If at the end of the contract he has no repair the propiety as it was you could demand him for the damages
But the moment its not now, the contract its not broken
Send him the burofax demanding to repair in order to get probes and wait what happend when the contract ens
I will be here if needed
Actually in my contract its clearly stated that the landlord has the full legal rights to recide the contract if among some others points...the tenant damage or built with no permission on the property.
Am I entitled if I won't be able to have the jacuzzi removed to pretend a security deposit ?
If your contract gives you the chance to broke the contract for it, you could get the total sum you have gotten and even you could demand the money who cost to put the propiety as it was
So, demand him to go and repair the damages as long as you considerer the contract broken and if he refuses demand him at court with an attorney help
THNAKS A LOT
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