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  1. So what do I say when he refuses? What are my options.
  2. I own a flat and am renting a room out to someone whose girlfriend stays over a lot. I have asked that he not have her in the flat alone, and I thought he agreed. this morning when leaving for work she was still there and he had already left. I spoke to him about this and he seems to think that because my sister stayed over last night that he's entitled to have her in the flat as he likes. Now my sister stayed over, but she left when I did, and as it's my flat surely I am not subject to the same rules as him. I made the point that he and my sister are both covered by my insurance if they burn down the flat, break something, etc. but it's invalidated if his girlfriend is there alone. Any thoughts? Do I have to justify this or can I just say my flay and I don't want someone who's not a tenant or paying rent wandering around when no one else is there.
  3. The absent owner is planning on living elsewhere. If I want to end the tenancy and find a new tenant, how much notice do I have to give to the current tenant? He had a trial agreement that ends 12 July.
  4. She previously rented to friends so she didn't have current agreements. We had a kind of agreement that if one of us wasn't living there then the one in residence had to cover the mortgage and could rent out the other room to cover costs. All the bills are in her name as I was away for so long but I pay her 50% of everything every month. She has no contact with the tenant after he moved in. he just pays her by standing order and if he has any problems he comes to me. He has equal access to shared areas, and nothing has been declared to HMRC as far as I know. I don't have a problem with her renting to others, I just want to be able to agree to who I have to live with. If I object to the tenant can I prevent them from moving in? I am looking to buy her out but am trying to see what i can do with the current tenant situation.
  5. I own a flat with a family member and we have a joint mortgage. For the last six years I have been out of the country and she has been paying the mortgage herself. It is a two bedroom flat and she has been renting out my room. I did the same when she was out of the country. I moved back in November 2011, and in May 2012 she moved out. I found out 4 days before she left that she was moving and was renting out her room. I was annoyed but asked that I be able to choose who to live with from her short list and she said fine. Then the day she was moving out she told me she had found someone and they were moving in the next day and there was nothing I could do about it. The only thing she said was that they wouldn't be having people over all the time as she knows I don't like that. The new tenant signed a contract with my family member and is paying her the rent monthly, and gave her a deposit. It has been nearly two months and things are not going well with the tenant. He has his girlfriend over 2 to 5 times a week and when I complained says that he's entitled to live their as he pleases. There are many other problems and I am wondering where I stand if I want him out. He signed a 2 month contract with my family member which is up on 12 July, and then there were going to extend it or stop depending on how things turned out. As you can tell I am not currently in contact with my family member, but could I give the tenant notice even though I didn't sign the contract, and am I perfectly within my rights to find someone my self to rent the room to? I can't think it is fair that as the owner in residence I am expected to live with someone I didn't agree to. Any advice would be much appreciated. Sorry for the essay.
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