Originally Posted by AlmightyCushion
1. How do you know the landlord has other similar properties?
2. Can you prove this?
3. Can you prove that these properties are becoming available?
If the answer to 2 and 3 is yes then I imagine it would strengthen your case as it would help prove the landlord needs to evict you to house his/her daughter.
Meijin, i am going to present a timeline with clear evidence of each individual interaction with LL with recordings, text, emails, letters, etc. I will make sure to do it in a very simple, truthful and clear way.
AlmightyCushion, i have a proof about points 1,2 and 3. I have a doc (can't name it as his team may read this tread) which LL forwarded to me (hahaha, yep, he did it himself in Feb, probably accidentally or in plain stupidity) proving the ownership of the whole development.
I also found a previous case against him on the RTB site from this year where I learnt that his son owns 35 more apts. You can't make that up
it's like the evidence is presented to me on a silver tray!
So yes, I can prove everything. I live here for over 2 years and see moving vans very often, in average once a motnh but sometimes even more often. I always make sure to be friends with all the neighbours and they share with me when they moved in and how the LL deals with them. They are nice people. If necessary I will call them as witnesses but I am a little worried that LL will use them as a punching bag after I am gone and do the same to them what he does to me. I dont want to throw those people under the bus so I want to check with the FLAC solicitor next Wednesday if I can submit statements from my neighbours and cover their names so the LL has no clue who they are.