Tenancy agreement and explanation
Antisocial behaviour 25 If you, or anyone staying with you or visiting you, breaks the conditions of this agreement, we may decide to ask the court to evict you. We may take other action to deal with harassment, nuisance, annoyance and other types of antisocial behaviour. This may include applying to evict you or your family members or visitors from your home (you can find details in chapter 7 of this booklet).
Nuisance 26 You are responsible for the behaviour of people staying in or visiting your home. 27 You must not hold or allow a pay party to be held at your home. You must not advertise or allow a pay party to be advertised at your home. (A pay party is any event at your home which charges an entrance fee.) 28 You, or anyone staying in or visiting your home, must not do anything which causes or is likely to cause a nuisance or annoyance to anyone staying in or visiting the area around your home. 29 Examples of behaviour which is likely to cause nuisance and annoyance are:
banging doors, shouting and playing loud music;
allowing family members to behave in an unruly way;
putting graffiti on our property;
using the property for illegal or immoral purposes, including prostitution and using and supplying any illegal substance; and
putting out food for squirrels and pigeons.
This is not a complete list. Please contact us if you are not sure about what behaviour causes nuisance and annoyance (there are contact details on pages 69 of this booklet).
Harassment 30 You are responsible for the behaviour of people staying in or
visiting your home. 31 You, or anyone staying in or visiting your home, must not harass