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« on: August 22, 2020, 06:11:21 PM »

I have had an issue with my landlord harassing me since April, the landlord has been trying to evict me but they are stuck because of a sham licence agreement so they have resorted to harrasment and gaslighting. My landlord is a Psychologist and I have aspergers.

I've called the police and they are coming tomorrow,to take a written statement.

my landlord has permission to park a car on the right hand side of my driveway. There has been a long dispute over parking but the landlord told me yesterday they would not park an extra car on my driveway.

I sent an email to my landlord nearly a month ago about trespassing and interfering. Told her unless to park a car she has no business coming onto my driveway, knocking my door, or walking into my courtyard with out permission and at least 24 hrs notice for repairs, maintenance and impaction.

My landLord continues to push boundaries.

She lives in the property next door 40 metres down the lane.

Today my doorbell picked up movement on the sensor. My landlord was nosing around im my garden area of the driveway. I went outside and asked her what she was doing. She didnt appear to be doing anything constructive, except moving bushes like she was inspecting them.

I told her unless she is parking her car or leaving she has no right being on the property and she has already done an inspection a month ago. And she has not given me 24 notice, she just ignored me and carried on pretending to inspect the bushes.

I went back inside my front door.

Then she approached my front door and said that she hasn't given her permission to film her.*she knows I have a door bell camera), she said I was breaching her human rights.

I tried explaining that she has come on to my property and I have every right to film.

She then threatened to call the police.

I said call the police.

She turned around and walked to her car parked onc the right hand side. She got in then got out again, then she got back in her car then drove her car next to my front door.

I said you can't park there you are in clear breach of the agreement.

She done a fake laugh, she locked her car and as she walked away she stuck her middle finger up.
her car has been there since.

She knows that changes in environment and routine are particularly stressful for those with aspergers, but she wants me out becsuse of Coronoavirus. So she knows parking her car there will cause me more stress than the average person.

I'd I take a restraining order out on my landlord to stay away form my property?
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« Reply #1 on: August 23, 2020, 02:05:28 AM »

If she can't evict you legally, then make sure she stops the harassment by going to the police.
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« Reply #2 on: August 23, 2020, 10:39:01 AM »

I have some experience of Aspergers,and must be honest with you.You will not be able to win in this situation.I know it is very unfair,but you should be concentrating on finding somewhere else to live.David and Goliath is just a nice story,not real life. Hippogriff and Simon Pambin gave you good advice,what steps have you taken to follow it ? Also,you have not mentioned if you have rent arrears. 
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« Reply #3 on: August 23, 2020, 01:51:42 PM »

No rent arrears, never had a late payment.

The landlord is having trouble evicting me legally due to sham licence agreement.
The landlord is now parked on my side of the driveway she laughed and stuck her middle finger up as she walked away, police have come and  are now investigating.
Police officer she'd likely  to be a witness if the council put on charges or illegal and harrasment  eviction under the protection of  eviction act.

They are going look at all the evidence higher up and decide what cause of action they will take.

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« Reply #4 on: August 23, 2020, 03:01:55 PM »

Please don't get your hopes up about any further action against this couple.However,it could be useful leverage to get them to pay your expenses to move out.If they returned your full deposit in advance, this could be used for your next place, but you will need a reference,and that could be a problem. Don't let this turn into an obsessive mission on your part,look to your future.
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