Commercial Evictions

COMMERCIAL RENT ARREARS AND LEASE FORFEITURE

If you are looking to collect your outstanding rent and / or legally forfeit the lease and get your property back as quickly and as simply as possible, then contact our Helpland Property Commercial Property Team, who can help alleviate the pressure on you, and avoid elevated costs.

Most common reasons to repossess your property under forfeiture are:

  • Failure to pay rent (otherwise known as rent arrears)
  • Damage to your property
  • Causing a nuisance or breaching any other aspects of the lease agreement

*Terms and Conditions apply. The fixed price scenario relates to all costs up to and including the 1st court hearing. There are no additional charges if successful

COMMERCIAL RENT ARREARS RECOVERY [CRAR]

NO COURT ORDER is required and this allows the Enforcement Agent to ‘Take Control of Goods’ belonging to the Tenant for sale by way of auction. CRAR cannot be used on premises that have accommodation as part of the Lease.

Under the New Rules:

  • The Landlord can no longer do this as an Individual.
  • Only outstanding rent can be recovered not utilities, service charges or Insurance
  • There must be a current written Lease
  • Rent must be at least 7 days overdue
  • 7 days-notice of the intention to use CRAR must be ‘served’ on the Tenant (excluding Sundays and Bank Holidays)

 

FORFEITURE OF COMMERCIAL LEASE

There is no need for a Court Order, but you must have a current lease containing a
forfeiture clause in respect of any breach of the agreement.

Reasons to Forfeit the Lease:

Failure to pay rent (otherwise known as rent arrears).

Damage to your property.

Causing a nuisance or breaching any other aspects of the lease agreement.

FEE

£833

  • .33
  • inc VAT

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