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We have been given a notice to leave in 2 months, we have been wanting to move out since the day we moved in (4 months ago) but we want to make sure we find somewhere suitable and we dont rush, especially as living in thiis property has been a nightmare.

Where do we stand…can we stay after the eviction date if we still havent found somewhere else?  


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You can only be physically evicted by a court bailiff with a warrant or High Court Enforcement Agent with writ. However you may struggle to get a new tenancy should this show up on any reference searches.


Hi Sorry to hear about your experience, please do rate your rental property and landlord on Asktenants.co.uk so tenant

coming in next is aware of this. Asktenants.co.uk is official partner of The Tenants Voice for landlord and property reviews. 



Hi yes I have done that. And reviewed the letting agency who are also to blame. We have been battling with constant noise since the day we moved in March, despite specifically asking and being told it is quiet a property suitable for professionals . It has affected our health and our jobs and despite going through all the right procedures, landlady who didn’t help, spoke to tenant who denied noise then complained to council -we are the ones being kicked out for complaining about the noise. The people above are most definitely not professionals. They are full grown adults in their late 40s who smoke weed, play video games , speak loudly, swear at the to, stomp around and continuously make noise, the floor shakes when they walk. It’s wrong and unethical on so many levels and it is very stressful to say the least. As I type the stomping and loud talking continues . 

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