Landlords who have struck unlucky may have a situation where they just can't get rid of their tenant.
Despite persistent periods of non-payment of rent the tenant wont do the decent thing and move out.
It's tempting at this stage to use some slighty more 'heavy hints ' to the tenant that it's really time to go!
However, those sorts of understandable actions by the landlord could lead to more trouble from the tenant and a conviction of the landlord of harassment and illegal eviction.
The moto in every case is a landlord should aim not to: "get mad but to get even"
That way you will be he one with the last laugh!
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