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Can you please explain "that I have reached a turn off the tenancy agreement". Which clause would this one be?
I believe the 2 months are well passed, as the agreement started 23rd April 2013. They do not pay in advance but in arrears.
Just to clarify does the rent arrears have to be 8 weeks of £125 per week, or can I use the shortfall of 8 weeks of £15 to be my case for breach of rent arrears.
Sorry I'm still not fully clear. After 8 weeks of being £15 short per each week, I can complete and serve a s8 form for rent arrears and ask them to vacate my property 2 months after the date on the s8 form.eg I use todays date of 26th July and they leave 26th September.
The tenancy is for 12 months starting 23rd April 2013.
The rent is not the only issue I have with them. After a lengthy discussion with them about doing things to the house and garden without asking permission, I noticed, when I went round yesterday, that they are still continuing to alter the garden without asking, as well as drilling holes in the interior walls. Both of which are breaches in the tenancy.
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