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Preventing Controlling and Recovering Rent Arrears (England) | Succession Rights and Rights of Survivorship (England)

assured tenancy and rent arrears

18 May 2018 | 1 comment

tenant is elderly and been in care with dementia for last 3 years, tenancy is assured form 1983 her son (not on agreement) has lived there last 3 years and had oral agreement to pay the rent to the LL, several months not paid

Would we have to serve an NTQ under case for rent arrears and under both tenant and son?

key question is the tenant has no mental capacity to defend and i understand would need to be represented pursuant to the Mental Health Capacity Act, how does that work in terms making the latter happen? especially in terms of serving the claim

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