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  • Landlords in Distress

    Tenants from Hell opposite!

    I have a small student let with international students occupying; the house opposite is rented by low-lifes whom have intially befriended the students and gone on to steal keys and items from their house.

    I have changed locks and informed Police.

    The low-lifes now threatening tenants via snapchat - so messages delete.

    I have tracked owner of proeprty whom is a local muscle-gym owner; yet to speak with.

    Any pointers to hopefully have the low-lifes evicted?

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    I think you need to encourage your tenants to report the threats to police, then leave it to the police to deal with.  Not only is it not up to you to get these people evicted, it sounds like it might be dangerous as well.

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    Find out via land registry who the owner of the property is and who is letting it out for them as well and write to them both explaining what is going on, police involvement etc.

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    Re. snapchat.  Not the easiest thing in the world to grab a screen on snapchat perhaps the simplest way is to have the phone resting on a table top and video the phone with another one, quality won't be great, depending upon the phone recording and how steady your hand is, but you should get the message recorded.

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