When does damage in a property become criminal?
The dilemma is that with student lets, you would risk maybe six months of voids if you were successful in evicting them quickly, and then have no chnace of income for that void period until the next student intake at the local Uni. It may be worth keeping them there, with some of them paying, rather than having it empty altogether.
So the two-part question is: (1) how does one recognise when the damage being done to a property moves into the criminal realm, and (2) what can be done about it both legally and practically?
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