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Legal advice to evict problem tenants

We appreciate how stressful evicting a tenant can be and recognise the challenges that residential landlords face with problematic tenants in the eviction process.

If evicting the tenant causes a complicated dispute, our highly-experienced dispute resolution lawyers will find the solution to resolving the matter as quickly and as cost-effectively as possible

With constantly changing legislation and new legal loopholes emerging all of the time, we also ensure that you follow the correct procedure when serving notice to evict your tenant.

We will guide you through the process and, where necessary, assist in collecting any arrears or sums due once the eviction notice has been served and your property has been recovered.

Experienced residential tenant eviction solicitors

Our experience enables us to pre-empt and mitigate common risks in residential tenancy posession actions.

We have worked with all types of landlords, including property investors, companies and letting agents, as well as large PLCs with residential property portfolios, amassing a wide range of industry experience and knowledge.

Our expert landlord and tenant lawyers frequently provide legal advice on all landlord and tenant issues, including:

  • Providing advice on the Deregulation Act 2015
  • Dealing with repair issues
  • Obtaining gas safety injunctions
  • Tracing absconded tenants and recovering arrears
  • Serving Section 8 notices and possession proceedings
  • Serving Section 21 notices and accelerated proceedings

If the eviction is disputed or the tenants are causing problems, we can also assist you with:

  • Nuisance and anti-social behaviour issues
  • Squatters refusing to leave
  • Tenants refusing to give up possession after the end of a tenancy agreement
  • Breaches of a tenancy agreement

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