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Thoughts on Tenant Evictions

Introduction

If you are a tenant renting private residential accommodation the chances are that you are on an "Assured Shorthold Tenancy", which means that you cannot legally be evicted within, at least, the first six months of the tenancy, and possibly longer, without good reason. Of course, you, as a tenant, have responsibilities - such as paying rent, and not causing, or permitting, intentional or careless damage to the property, or nuisance - and if you fail to fulfil those responsibilities, your landlord can apply to have you evicted.

Tenant Eviction Notices & Procedures

From the point of view of a landlord, a tenant who promises payment, or vacation of a property, on a certain date should not be relied upon. The financial implications of a tenant failing to keep such promises can be severe, and any attempt to evict a tenant without a court order is illegal, so it is better to consider formal eviction proceedings at an early stage.

In England and Wales, private residential tenancies are governed by the Housing Act, 1988, such that if a tenant falls two months in arrears with rent payments, a landlord can apply for, and must be granted, a repossession order. A solicitor, letting agent or other qualified professional person may be employed to make sure that a repossession order is served correctly, so that repossession can continue without delay. It may be that a tenant will comply with a repossession order, and vacate the property, but if he, or she, does not, it may be necessary to employ bailiffs to forcibly evict him, or her. Again, note that only bailiffs acting on behalf of a County Court are allowed to physically remove a tenant from a property; anyone else is guilty of illegal eviction.

From both points of view, that of a landlord and of a tenant, it is important to know your rights under the law, so that you know what you, and the other party, reasonably can, and cannot do. Eviction is unpleasant for all concerned, yes, but if the relationship between a landlord and a tenant breaks down to such a degree that it is necessary, it is important that the matter is resolved with as little stress, and unnecessary financial obligation, as possible. This applies equally to property rental in Durham, Kent, Cornwall, or anywhere else in England and Wales.

 

Do you need your tenant evicted?
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If so, either call now on 0845 643 5389 or email your details to us and we will get that non-paying tenant out of your property via our specialists - Fixed fee at all stages of the eviction process.
The service offered is a three stage service with a fee attached to each level. In many cases only the first stage is necessary thereby reducing the cost to the landlord and more quickly returning the property back to the landlord. Monies is never asked for on account, hour rates are not charges like most solicitors and only request for payment is made after each stage as the need for that stage arises
A: Service of Notice(s) to tenant (Notice 14 days)
£150.00
B: Preparation of court papers and attendance at court (approx. 6 weeks)
£550.00
C: Bailiff to remove tenant (Approx. 2 weeks)
£250.00
TOTAL:
£950.00
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