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My landlord is evicting me i am waiting for the bailiffs letter now but my landlord keeps coming to my garden in a garage that he dilibretly causes intimidation disturbing my peace and telling me he has the right to come there when ever he wants and brings freinds with him to make trouble on me he is the vendor not the estate agentcy that i pay whom are in full management

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Thanks for posting in our forum.

Your landlord is committing an offence by entering the property without 24 hours written notice and without your permission. This is a tenant right regardless of whether you have been served notice by the landlord. Please record details of all incidences and report his/her to your local authority.

I would also inform the letting agent of their client’s behaviour and tell them that you are reporting the landlord to your local authority. If they are a good letting agent, they will advise the landlord to cease this behaviour.

All the best, stay safe.

Disclaimer: This information is derived from personal experience and should not be relied upon as a definitive or accurate interpretation of the law.

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