The Daily Mail had this news on the front page.
Its a tricky situation for Andy. Id bet he has no direct involvement in this. This is a straightforward financial transaction that is probably being handled by lawyers or the management company. If the terms of a lease say either party can give one month notice to break the lease then there should be no problem.
I think the tenants just look silly. Are they charity cases? Having said that I have a lot of sympathy for the woman with MS.
I didn't realise it was a front page article, just saw it online. Typical DM outrage sob-story.
I'm afraid I don't have much sympathy for the lady with MS here. If you take on a tenancy you should be well aware that it can brought to an end by the landlords, or yourself, provided sufficient notice is given, and I assume a Lease would be in place.
Yes on the front page of the Daily Record they only have a six month lease and were told at the time. The cottages will be required for the staff at the hotel.
Nice of the Record to pick up on this story as well.
They're as bad as the DM anyway.