Possible New Tenant has Delayed Eviction Notice
General Discussion

0 Thanks
100 Posts
9 years ago

I have been approached by a local council body with a tenant. The possible new tenant has been an asylum seeker and I believe now they are allowed to stay. They work 16 hours a week and the council will guarantee the rent direct for 12 months with an initial £250 prevention payment? Plus a council bond.

However the property they are in presently, is supplied by a large company who specialises in housing asylum seekers. The tenant has a delayed eviction but the council body says its not an eviction to do with anything the tenant has done. Although they are not giving much more information.

How can I find out the reason for the eviction? I have met the possible tenant and seen where they live. They seem decent and also have a child at the local school. So they could be long term tenants.

Please Login

You must be logged in to participate in our forums, to continue please login below.

Not a member? From only £99 you can join in the discussion and get access to member's only resources and services.

As the home for landlords, the NRLA are here to help you save time, save money, and stay compliant. NRLA membership gives you access to a vast range of expertise, resources, and exclusive member benefits and savings, designed to help and empower members. We also play a pivotal role in campaigning and championing the interests of landlords.