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hello you are right I have made some mistake on monthly rent. I check and sent it to you tomorrow but it look like as you said she has paid her weekly rent late. But It look correct. speak to you tomorrow.
Hello again, please see below tenant rent money.
Tenant was from 19/03/2012 to 18/03/2013 but tenant refused to leave on the 18/03/2013 and left before the bailiffs which was on the 15/06/2013. This is the rent breakdown.
19/03/12 £1000.00, 19/04/2012 £1000.00, 21/05/12 £1000.00 19/06/12 £1000.00 19/07/12 £1000.00 20/08/12 £1000.00 19/09/2012 £1000.00 19/10/2012 £1000.00 19/11/2012 £1000.00 19/12/2012 £1000.00 23/01/2013 £1000.00 19/02/2013 £1000.00 19/03/2013 £1000.00 This is monthly rent and then tenant paid weekly 19/04/2013 £250.00 26/04/2013 £250.00 03/05/13 £250.00 10/05/2013 £250.00 17/05/2013 £250.00 28/05/2013 £250.00 03/06/2013 £250.00 10/06/2013. Tenant left my property on the 15/06/2013, has she paid all her rent? or does she own me any rent money? I think this is correct but want to make sure.
Tenant has paid in advance, so the whole of the rent money is update correct? sorry I am very fussy
shame she did not keep the property in good condition, other I would have kept her.
On the tenancy agreement it say that the guarantors are liable if the tenant does not pay her rent. I am not sure if it cover for damaged.
When the tenant agreement says, All losses damages expenses and costs which you may be entitled to recover by reason of such default. My/our liability under this clause is unlimited. Dose this mean also for damaged to the property?
Tenant paid all her rent, but cause a lot damaged to my property. Tenant partner cause the damaged the neighbours saw her partner at 3am in morning knocking my front garden walls down.
I have sent a breakdown within 10 days and I have sent two email to tenant and cc her guarantors, but no respond. Next step would you say I should find out where the tenant new address and send her and her guarantors to pay the damaged within 14 day or I will start the court proceedings?
Thank you. I will start to find out where tenant new address is and then take all three of them to court if they refuse to pay, let the Judge hear all three of them.
On the claim form, do I after write all the damaged I am claiming for? Such as, walls, £600 bedroom door, £156 window £90 window creck pane £50 Court fee £175 Bailiffs fee £110 Cleaning £170 Mould cleaning £360?
The front door is coming out of her deposit money.
I also need a witness at court from a neighbour for the front garden wall cause by her partner? Statement is not accept at the court hearing?
I saw her partner in my property, but will the judge believe me?
Tenant report the damaged to window to the Police and said it was her partner and the Police has arrested him. I have got a ref: number I can show that to the Judge? But has not report the walls to the Police or me.
Will the Police give me the CRIS report. The Police sent me a email to sent the receipt to the Police on how much I have spent on the windows and crack pane. Do you think that is good evidence?
Not the case Number?
Is it ok if I sent the Police email and ask for CRIS report or is it best to phone?
The Police said to me that they will take him to court. They got about six page of report and this is to do with my ex tenant and her partner and they will phone me. But they never phoned me to tell me what had happened. It my property they cause the damaged, it always me that I have to phone them. Shouldn't the Police phoned me the day when the window of my property was smashed? Tenant has reported it to the police and gave my information to the Police.
How do I give evidence to his trial, If the Police don't tell me nothing?
Can I take her partner to court as well? All four of them. I know his name and surname and his address tenant told me.
I through so.
What about this email what tenant send to me when she left before the bailiffs.
I moved out officially today 16th june 2013 I moved all the furniture out yesterday, and went back today to get last few bags and tidy up. There has been a break in through the back bedroom window, the police have been round and taken finger prints and other evidence over the last 4 hours the crime reference number is(NNN) NNN-NNNN they said to forward on to you, and I have also given them your details. I cleaned up the glass and have taped cardboard boxes on the inside and outside of window. I have also left the door key in an envelope after locking the door and pushing back through the letter box. The police will be in touch with you.
Do you think this is some kind of evidence I could show to the Judge?
the Police told me take them to curt now don't wait for us just show the judge ref number that would prove that he has cause the damage. Is this correct?
The deposit money is 1050 pound I will take the window smash and crack pane out of her deposit money it should be enough for the front door and window.tenat is not complain about me taking all of her deposit money. and all the other fee I will take her to court.
Understand I have face six court hearing . I could write a nice letter to my next door neighbour to be my witness at the court hearing about the walls.without witness can not win about the front garden walls.
so all monthly and weekly rent money is all up to date?
I phone the police today and they said the some think you said that they will not give me the report. But they will give it to my solicitors if it goes to small claim court the judge will look at the report. is this correct?
do need a solicitors? if not do i need to put all the info that tenant partner damaged my property in the claim form?
if get tenant to tell me that her partner has caused all the damaged in writing then there no need for me to have witness?
ok a letter is not enogh. if she confirm it in court who will after to pay for all the damaged?
Thank you for your help.
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