Unfortunately all too often nowadays tenants stop paying rent for a multitude of reasons.
The best and (sometimes) only way to deal with ongoing non payment of rent is to regain possesion of your property.
To do this you will need to have firstly served notice on your tenant. In the likely case that the tenant does not leave after you have served a valid, legal notice, the next step of action would be to apply through the courts for an order of possession to start the eviction process.
It is critical the you do not attempt to evict the tenant yourself. Let us and the courts take care of it on your behalf.
As a Landlord you cannot afford to lose rental income and understandably you want to avoid delays you want to avoid delays. As there has been significant cuts across the court services, possession by country court bailiffs can be time costly to landlords (Landlords are having to wait upto 4 months plus).
We, by using Section 42 county court act 1984 can transfer it to the High Court for enforcement, which means you will regain full possession of your property in no more than 28 days.
Are you also owed rent arrears? You can add a money claim to the possession order or you will have to apply fora country court judgement and then a writ of control.
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We are determined and will succeed in gaining your property back.
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