TAS Right of Entry for non tenant

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Anondude1

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So basically I've had an issue with my partner's housemates. I've not done anything wrong in the eyes of the law, the police were called during in the issue and when I asked them I was told I'd done nothing wrong.
My partners housemates are making a big deal out of it and are seriously overreacting. Just wondering where I stand, and whether I can enter with my partner's permission, and whether they can kick me out without good reason. Thanks in advance
 

Rod

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You can enter with your partner's permission.

You may need to leave if you are preventing the rent paying housemates from having the quiet enjoyment of the property.

Might be time to stay away and for your partner to visit you.
 

Anondude1

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15 January 2021
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Hi, thanks for your reply.
So in the incident my partner and I were quite loud and definitely interrupted the quiet. But as long as I didn't do that again they wouldn't have a ground to to kick me out? Could they claim I make them feel unsafe (even if it's without reason) and have me kicked out on some basis?