Thank you for the recent post.
The law is unreasonably stacked against landlords. Letting a property cannot be seen as a safe investment when tenants can do what they want and put landlords under severe financial and emotional pressure. Are there any realistic powers a landlord has now? Doing thorough referencing is not a power. How do landlords take back some form of redress without having to incur £35k of costs and the emotional strain this puts on them?