Rent arrears
Rent Arrears

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12 years ago
If you are renting to students, I presume you have a Guarantor as this is normal practice with student letting.

I would contact the Guarantor if you have one and inform them if the tenant does not contact you and arrange payment. Then they and the tenant are responsible in eyes of the court for the rent.

The tenant is responsible for the rest up to the date the tenancy ends, if they continue to occupy they are responsible until they hand the keys back to you.

In the end, yes go to court.

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