Landlord accuses you of committing Anti-Social Behaviour? Tell your side of the story
Local authorities and housing associations have a duty to act when they receive complaints that one of their tenants might be causing a nuisance or committing anti-social behaviour around their home.
But, just because a neighbour has made a complaint doesn’t mean that the complaint is true.
It is important that if you are accused of committing acts of anti-social behaviour you get legal advice so you can tell your side of the story.
Being accused of anti-social behaviour as a tenant can have serious consequences.
A Landlord can begin the process of evicting you or could make an application for an injunction (known as an ‘ASBI’).
A Landlord may act upon information from neighbours but it is important that you also get the chance to put across your side.
This is where Swain & Co Solicitors Housing Team may be able to help you.
We have a great deal of experience representing tenants in court who have been accused of wrongdoing.
By scrutinising a Landlord’s evidence, obtaining our own and drafting a witness statement we are able to ensure the Court is presented with the true facts and that the best possible result is obtained for you.
If you have been accused of Anti-Social Behaviour or other wrongdoing by your Landlord; don’t delay.
Contact an adviser at Swain & Co Solicitors today to have a no-obligation discussion about your circumstances and how we might be able to help you.
Depending on your financial circumstances, you may be entitled to legal aid so that you case is free.
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