How do I serve notice of eviction on problem tenants in a HMO?
I specialise in quality HMO (house shares) for professional people.
I have 2 problem tenants in differing houses and could do with advise on how I begin the process of evicting them.
Tenant 1- has been with me for about 3 years. He is okay (bit simple but mosty harmess, until he shares a house with females and then he becomes a problem. He tries to over dominate or impress any women in the house and becomes so obessed with them that they tend to hand thier notices in before the end of the contract period. I have lost entire houses of tenants due to his anti social behavoir. He also lets animals in the house, despite that many of the other tenants have allegies and this is against all the rules. He pays his rent on time and always has done. Any advise please?
Tenant 2 - in a differing house, has simply stopped paying his rent. He has wealthy parents who are fed up of supporting him. They act as guarantors and are happy to pay what he owes if push comes to shove, but they don't want to do this and have asked me to evict him so he gets a wake up call and becomes self sufficient. What do I do? His parents will pay the rent owed at the end of the day, but they themselves want to end the guarantor agreement.