Landlord and tenant disputes
Landlord/ tenant relations are a very complex area of law and the following advice is only to be used as a guide. For more complete advice you should contact the Environmental Protection department of your local authority.
The proper procedure that a landlord must follow to legally evict a tenant is:
Until all these three steps have been taken, the tenant has a right to stay in the property.
Neighbour complaints and boundary disputes
Neighbour complaints can take many forms. Please contact us about the specific nature of the issue/complaint and we can advise further.
We do not have the power to deal with boundary disputes. This is a civil issue and you need to seek the advice of a solicitor to resolve any boundary issues you may have. It will be worthwhile contacting your bank or building society (or whoever holds your deeds) to check the boundaries.
House parties and illegal raves
If your neighbours are having a noisy house party, we have no powers of prosecution for noise offences. You need to contact the Environmental Health Department of your local authority.
If you believe that an illegal rave is taking place then contact us.
Some signs to look out for are: