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  • Problem Tenants

    Tenant left 115 bottles of pee behind

    From a construction forum I read - something I have never had happen to me. My worst was a food hoarder that required a skip, and a cleansing operative who went in, came out again, and refused point blank to go back.

    Here’s the 115 containers of p*** a tenant had in their room - and yes I counted them .

    An innovative approach to a perceived lack of facilities, mind.

    The LL concerned is now upgrading his HMO in the chase for a better class of tenant.

    ML

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    This is rare occasion where a tenant hasn't taken the p*ss

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    Phil Stewardson.

    Stewardson Properties.

    Stewardson Developments Ltd.

    Burson Land Ltd. & Jennings & Gilchreaste Ltd.

    http://www.stewardson.co.uk

    Follow me on twitter - @philstewardson

    Yep - that was my post originally ( no problem you wanted to borrow it ).

    That was a fun day!!!

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    Sad thing is I have experienced worse than 115 bottles of wee......

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    Sadly, I would say that is indicative of a tenant with mental health problems.

    This is why mid-term property inspections are so important imho.

    We have these related topics:

    This one picture will convince of the value of an inventory and inspections.

    Ceiling to floor rubbish - "hoarder" tenant

    Dealing with a "hoarder" tenant


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    Flushed with success and probably just going through the motions....  ;-)

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    Seriously though, I too reckon it's mental health. On a tv program a year or two back, a mature lady and her two grown up daughters had to be evicted for non payment of rent or something, leaving loads of stuff behind that had to be cleared. Not only were they saving large amounts of urine in 2l plastic bottles (e.g. pop or cider type), the fridges were crammed full of these bottles, as if it were being preserved and stored for some useful purpose.

    Historically, the Romans used it as a detergent in their laundries, and more recently it was used in the Netherlands' textile industry, but that's a different story.

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