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So is it ok if I entry my property today?
Tenant partner or family broke windows and left. They smashed my front door in May 2012 and also knocked down my front garden wall 4 weeks ago. Can I take the tenant to court for the window? The door will come out of her deposit. The walls if got witness can speak at court.
Is it safe for me to go in today?
If I go in property now today, can I cancel the baillffs appointment on 20/06/2013?
Thank you. Tenant must throw the brick in windows
The tenant report the damaged to the and Police told me that it was her partner who damaged the window and the door and cause the walls. her deposit money is not enough. The Police has arrest him and the Police will take him to court. Who going to pay for the damaged? The tenant?
Yes we have so I have to take her to court if she will not pay.If it is domestic violence she is still liable to you for the damaged?
Just want to ask Tenant left today 16/06/13, I have got a appointment with inventory clerk on 20/06/2013, I thought she was going to leave on the 20/06/2013 bailiffs appointment. Is it still ok to do the inventory on the 20/06/2013 or shall I tell the inventory to come tomorrow?
Also tenant last rent money is today? or should it been on the 20/06/2013?
Thank you. I have changed the lock and I have got the inventory clerk tomorrow he could not make it today, fully booked. He done the check-in and now he going to do check-out, he is really good. I have sent email to the bailiffs to cancel the appointment and also forward the tenant email to the bailiffs.
The tenant did not left me her forward address. If I am going to phone mydeposit tomorrow to says the tenant has lost all her deposit money Front door £850 Court fee £175 Bailiffs £110 I don't think I am going to get a refund from the Bailiffs. All the other damaged which I am going to take the tenant and her partner and her guarantors to court.
Do I have to chase her and find out when she live or does she contact me within 10 days? I think she knows that she has lost all her deposit money. Do I still have to sent her the breakdown? I got her email address, is it ok if I sent her the breakdown to her email address? Also do I have to sent her the inventory? I am waiting for the Police to contact me. I phoned them today and they said it was her partner who has cause the damaged to my property also the neighbours are talking now to me about her partner.
Ok I will sent the tenant all the information. Since her partner has been arrested for damage my window will the Police allow him to pay for the damaged or do I have to take him to court for money claim if if does not pay? Will I alos have to take the tenant to court has well?
Can I also take her guarantors to court? Tenant might refused to take her deposit for the door, but I got witness from neghtbours saying that he always kicking my front door. My garden walls has been knocked down at night. Also need a witness for the walls if I am going to court.
Thank you for your help on the day my tenant left my property, otherwise I will be waiting for the bailiffs. I have learned so much.
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