and which is why he persists in breaking the house rules

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Goldenboy25

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Krio
Is this phrase " and which is why he persists in breaking the house rules" correct in the following sentence?

It appears that your tenant has no regard for his neighbours, and which is why he persists in breaking the house rules.
 
  • Edinburgher

    Senior Member
    German/English bilingual
    I agree, it is wrong as it stands.
    But alternatively you could keep the "and" and either change "which" to "this" or delete "which is why he".
     
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