Removing Tenant’s Items From Communal Area
I have a tenant who had decided to use the top of the stairs as a dirty clothes store and a place to have his exercise bike. I told him this could not continue and explained it needed to be tied up and removed.
As of yesterday, the items are still there; if it gets to Thursday and the things are still there, what would be the most appropriate action to take?
Would it be a case of issuing a letter and then removing the items myself after a specific date if no action has been taken?
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Landlords may impose reasonable obligations on the tenant that affect their behaviour (including anti-social behaviour) and their visitors through the tenancy agreement. In addition, occupiers of HMOs have specified legal obligations under the Management of HMO regulations referred to above, and every occupier mus