Hi, I'm having some issues with my tenants and I'd appreciate any personal experience you can share to help me in making a decision. This is the situation: - The tenants are good, they take care of the house, pay rent on time (through Centrelink) - Neighbours started calling me and the property management saying there are many verbal abuse from the tenants towards to them and some physical attacks (to the neighbours fences). I got a picture of the last attack that happened a few weeks ago. All this complaining started about 6 months ago and got increasing. At the begining I sent the neighbours to deal with the Property manager but they kept calling about new issues and saying the PM wasn't listening. I spoke with the PM and they said it's an issue between neighbours and there is nothing we can do. Finally many of the neighbours from the block (6 in total) sent a letter to real state saying they will take legal actions because of many issues and they were mentioning on the email. The PM came back to us and say we should let the tenants go because this was going too far. This happened about 4 months ago, so they sent the eviction notice saying they should leave the property giving them the 3 months notice. The 3 months notice expired on Monday this week (2 days ago). The tenant stopped paying rent 2 weeks ago and they didn't move out. The PM spoke with them and they said the will pay rent again and fix the neighbour fence (they broke) if we let them stay. The tenant also says the neigbours attack them and that's why they have so many issues. The PM now is saying since the tenants take care of the house, and pay the rent we should let them stay. Otherwise we should go to court and that may take about 4 weeks in total from now because they have young kids living in the house. Maybe you went through this situation or something similar and can provide an advise on what is the best way to manage it. Basically I have to make a decision in letting them to stay and deal with the neigbours or letting them go and face what ever that brings (court, potential damage on the property, loss of rent, etc) Appreciate your input. regards Jat!