Council home eviction for anti-social behaviour | Falsely accused of anti-social behaviour | False allegations to council | False accusation of anti-social behaviour
Kate is a Council tenant. She has some loud parties but didn’t realise her neighbours mined.
Kate gets a letter from the Council telling her that they want her to leave. They accuse her of doing things which aren’t true.
Kate is worried that she might lose her home. She is afraid to make any noise at all.
Kate knows that the accusations are not true, but the council won’t listen. She doesn’t know who will help her put her side across.
So Kate searches online for a solution and found Swain & Co Solicitors. Kate spoke to an advisor on the phone who told her she was eligible for Legal Aid because she was claiming benefits.
Kate was able to tell Swain & Co Solicitors what has really been happening.
They were able to get a copy of the council’s paperwork so Kate could see the allegations in full.
The council took her to Court but Swain & Co Solicitors prepared all the paperwork for Kate and proved her innocence.
Kate was able to stay in her home and doesn’t have to worry about her neighbours making unfounded complaints anymore.
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***The characters in this video are not real. This is a common situation we used to raise awareness of Housing Law issues in order to help people to stay in their homes. Copyright © Swain & Co Solicitors 2018***