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If your landlord needs to evict a tenant, the legal processes can seem confusing – all the jargon, rules, notices, different courts and different applications – but don’t despair. This area is one where we excel. We handle these issues on behalf of landlords every day. Our simple, fixed-fee services will keep your landlords on the right side of the law and get back what’s rightfully theirs.
Here’s an explanation of the first step. We’ve kept it simple.
This step is when a notice is served on the tenant saying that the landlord is seeking possession of the property. There are two types of notice currently:
For commercial tenancies, the approach is slightly different.
We use a special form of notice to quit (£179 +VAT). We also handle situations where lodgers are involved and where the tenant has abandoned a property (£159 +VAT).
If the tenant does not vacate the property as required by the Step 1 notice, an application can be made to the court for possession. This is Step 2.