To begin the eviction process a section notice requiring possession must be served upon the tenant in line with the conditions for service in the tenancy agreement. In addition you may require a section 48 Notice which provides address details for service.
Which notices you require will of course depend on the tenancy agreement and the reason that you are seeking possession. Our advisors would be happy to discuss this with you on our live chat or over the phone (just click on our “arrange a call back” button).
Having discussed the circumstances which brought you to our site, it may be that before starting the full eviction process you may want to give the tenant a little prod to get things back on track. In these circumstances a Pre-Proceedings warning letter may be all that is required to achieve this at just £30.
There are varying lengths of time that must be given to the tenants before any claim for possession can be submitted. It is vitally important that the service of any notice is performed correctly, indeed most claims that fail in court at the end of the process, fail because of an error or errors made at the beginning.
By instructing Remove A Tenant to assist with your claim, you can be assured that all stages of the claim will be carefully prepared and all the legal requirements are met.
The cost of step 1 starts from as little £50.00 + VAT for a warning letter and your initial advice is totally free of charge!
So if you think have a problem, give us a call for a confidential chat and we’ll see if we can help.