Rental Agreement AlcoholPosted: December 16th, 2020 | Author: Paul | Filed under: Uncategorized | Leave a comment »
If you find that a large party has taken place on your property or is being processed, you can take steps to ensure that the tenant is having the consequences. If the party is taking place right now, you can call the police and they will come and take care of the situation. When there is alcohol for minors or other illegal activities, the police can stop it and you can start deportation proceedings. Be sure to document the events, from the first phone call complaining of noise to what the police officer tells you. If you decide to manage it yourself, make sure your tenant knows that you call the police immediately if they and their guests do not stop immediately and leave the premises. Let the tenant know that this is an official warning, and if it happens again, you will have no choice but to initiate the evacuation process. Write down a few paragraphs of what happened and what you did about it and put it in the client file as a warning. If you have decided that your client has breached the tenancy agreement, you can issue a formal notice so that the tenant can evacuate the property due to a breach of the tenancy agreement. Post the notice at the tenant`s door and also send it to the tenant`s address.
Start the evacuation process through the appropriate legal channels. Photo Credit: DoYouGotInsurance.com With the leverage of legitimate written threats from the police or eviction, you send a message to festive tenants that you are serious about maintaining the silent enjoyment of the property for neighbors and other tenants. You also show that you are interested in protecting your property from possible damage caused by excessive parties. Has one of your current or former tenants thrown parts into your rent? What steps have you taken against him? Share this article and let it be known in the comments below! One of the most frustrating parts of the landlord is managing out-of-control tenants and their customers out of control. There is no more significant event that highlights this frustration than when a tenant decides to have a party. If there is a “Kegger” on your property, the likelihood of damage, noise and injury increases significantly.