Property Evictions

There are many reasons why you may want to evict a tenant. These can include a failure to pay rent (otherwise known as rent arrears), damaging the property, causing a nuisance or breaching any other aspects of the tenancy agreement.

When evicting a tenant, there are several legal areas to consider for landlords, as well as the possibility for problem tenants to try their own legal defence. Property evictions are never desirable, and they can be very stressful, especially when it begins to impact your life and income. If your tenants are not paying rent, are damaging your property or are not adhering to terms and conditions, you can combat this through the use of section 8, section 21 and other aspects of the landlord tenant act.

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NOTICE OF INTENT

We are able to serve a preventative Notice Of Intent to tenants once they are 1 month (4 weeks) in arrears. This serves as a final warning to the said tenant that, as soon as they are in arrears for 2 months (8 weeks), then legal notice will be served. Helpland Ltd can report an excellent rate of success with this notice, the majority of cases being settled before legal notice is required.

What is a Notice Of Intent?

A Notice Of Intent would act as a warning to your tenant before you serve them notice (Section 8 or Section 21) and, therefore, gives your tenant ample time to rectify the unpaid monies. Once a Notice Of Intent has been served, it is then up to your tenant to pay the outstanding amount before the debt increases. If your tenant still fails to pay the balance to you then, as soon as they are in arrears for 2 months (or 8 weeks) you would proceed to Step 1, Evict My Tenant.

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TENANT IN ARREARS

Is your tenant 2 months or more in arrears with rent? Serve them notice now to start the legal reclaim process.

Our fees include the service of all notices - unlike other companies who usually charge per notice.

Is your tenant in arrears with their rent?

Do you need your property vacated?

We can deal with this for you and take away the stress of eviction and chasing up unpaid monies with three easy steps:

  1. Call our eviction experts on 0845 450 0536 or Contact Us Here
  2. Provide us with a copy of the tenancy agreement and details of arrears
  3. We will serve the relevant and correct notice on your tenant (Section 8, Section 21 or Notice to Quit) under No. 3

In most cases, this is the only action required to correct the issue you have with your tenant.

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EVICT MY TENANT

Do you need to evict your tenant? We will arrange, organise and implement the eviction notice and possession order for you.

Helpland Ltd can take the strain of eviction problems away from you.

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If you have completed the process Tenant In Arrears and your tenant has not yet vacated your property or addressed the outstanding monies, you will need to start the process of eviction as soon as possible. We can do this for you in easy steps:

  1. Obtaining a possession order. We instruct our Legal Team to apply to the courts for proceedings to be issued against your tenant.
  2. A court date is arranged for the hearing (typically 6-10 weeks following instruction).
  3. Our Legal Team will attend the court hearing on your behalf and obtain the court order.
  4. Once the court order for eviction is made, your tenant has 14 days to vacate the property and pay arrears.

The vast majority of tenants settle and vacate at this stage. However, there are always exceptions and the minority of tenants refuse to adhere to the law. Should you find yourself in this irregular situation we advise you to revert to Remove My Tenant.

Please note that if we proceed under a Section 21 notice, there is no requirement for a court hearing. The situation is resolved very quickly.

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COUNTY COURT BAILIFF

There are always tenants who think they are above the law and, regardless of any legal papers you serve them, will refuse to move. Step 3 is the final stage in the eviction process.

Upon your instructions, we will arrange for the Court Bailiffs to issue a warrant for possession of the property and to remove the tenant. Without exception, this leaves you with a vacant property that you can then re-let or sell.

Thankfully, there is no Step 4 required. However, there are times when moneys are still outstanding. For this very problem we offer a tenant tracing service to locate the tenant once they have left the property. More details of this service can be found by clicking here.

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HIGH COURT SHERIFF

Under Section 42 of the County Court Act 1984, it is possible to request that a judge transfer the order to the High Court for enforcement by a High Court Enforcement Officer under a writ of possession. It is important that the order is made correctly and the right wording used. If you are owed rent, you can also add a claim for money to the possession order.

The benefit of using the High Court Sheriffs is that they can act very quickly to execute the writ and return your property to you.

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