NSW Evicting Tenant with AVO?

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Steph85

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I'm living in a share house that has no tenancy agreements. A new tenant has moved in and become a huge disturbance to the property and other housemates, causing an AVO to be placed against him for one tenant.

Tribunal says the landlord has to pay him a large sum of money to vacate, even though this guy no longer pays rent and still constantly harasses and intimidate another resident. Help us.
 

Rod

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Either enforce AVO or apply for eviction through NCAT for non-payment of rent.

Not sufficient detail to know if breaches of the AVO will allow a defacto 'eviction' enforced by police.

Read this this: http://www.fairtrading.nsw.gov.au/F...uring_a_tenancy/FTR83_Non-payment_of_rent.pdf

TRIBUNAL SAYS THE LANDLORD HAS TO PAY HIM A LARGE SUM OF MONEY TO VACATE

Has this matter or a different matter been to NCAT? Summary needed, not detail.

Please stop shouting and use of punctuation; helps us better understand what you are asking.