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Mrs B said: Posted on: 31/10/2010 00:00

I have tenant who rents a double room in a shared house the agreement was the room is single occupancy only - guests were by appointment only - however I have found an unknown person coming out from this tenants room this morning
PS this tenant has been late with their rent three weeks in a row ( the rent has been paid )
I am a new landlord - what would be the suggested plan of dealing with this be - any ideas!!!!
I like this tenant - she means well - her first away from home - however I am running a business
We are worried about the other tenants and the implications would be

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