Long story but have a bad tenant in a property, never made a rental payment on time and haven't paid rent now for over 2 months. Always promising to pay rent and hand back keys (once didn't even notify me he changed his mind so I rocked up on the agreed day to collect keys to find he wasn't at the premises and the people at the premises knew nothing about it). Court knocked back eviction order due to Covid ban in evictions (tenant is on centrelink and gets rental assistance, unaffected by Covid). Made application for the mandatory conciliation process but have been advised by DMIRS it would be weeks before it occurs (and then have to go back to court if not agreed at conciliation, more weeks). He is blaming difficulty in arranging removalists / truck on moving out. I have a large furniture trailer and am tempted to offer to help him move if he provides vacant possession. I will just drive a trailer load of his belongings to his designated address, he can load and unload (I don't want to get blame for any damage). If it gets him out of the premises and allows me to rent out the place again I would be happy. Should i offer?