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Hi. I rent a room within a flat-share of 4 rooms and one of the rooms has recently been let to someone who is a drug-user and having friends of theirs stay. This has frightened me but the landlord will do nothing about it. I have found another flat but have to give 3 months notice for my room. Can I refuse to pay that 3 months as I feel that the landlord has made my stay impossible or am I required by law to do so. I feel that the landlord broke our contract by moving this person in (my flatmates are also leaving but their tenancy agreements were coming up for renewal so they have nothing to pay) but have they? Is there any law on this?

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If there's illegal activity taking place in the house call the Police, particularly if it's making you feel unsafe.

 

I would begin keeping a detailed diary of what happens in the house in relation to this person, including each time you raise the matter with the landlord so you can demonstrate that you raised the issue with them and what their response was. I would make it clear that you will be reporting the matter to the authorities each time an incident occurs and invite him to reflect on whether he wishes his property to gain a reputation for having the Police attending regularly.

 

What does your tenancy agreement say about having others to stay in your rooms?

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33 minutes ago, brownefamily said:

I am going to move out!

 

Probably wise and best option...

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