If you own a rental property and you are having problems with your tenant, we can help.
If you want to evict your tenant and re-claim your property, we can help using our three stage tenant eviction process.
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Our tenant eviction specialists will ensure you follow the correct procedure and avoid costly mistakes that can result in either having to pay compensation to your tenant or in the extreme, you committing a criminal offence.
The eviction process depends on whether you just want to get your property back or if you also want to claim any unpaid rent.
There are three stages to evict a tenant, and you can find more detail by clicking on the links or by contacting Yvonne Thomas.
Section 8 Notice This will give the tenant 2 weeks notice that they must either pay the ...
Section 21 Notice If you used the Section 21 Notice, we will issue a possession claim to ...
"I contacted Actons Solicitors to be assisted with an accelerated possession order to regain possession of my flat. I was treated very well from the moment go and assisted in the best possible way. Finally I shall have no qualm as to recommend them."
Giuseppe Messina, Landlord
"I am a buy to let landlord with a mixed 25 property portfolio. The nature of my business is such that I need to have access to good, reliable legal services on a fairly regular basis. To be honest, I discovered Actons Solicitors by pure chance on the internet, when I needed some legal help in an emergency. That was about 4 years ago and, since that time, I have developed a very good professional relationship with Yvonne, whose legal advocacy has been prompt, accurate and reliable and very pleasantly delivered! Thank-you Yvonne."
Jeff Butcher, Landlord
12th March 2018
If a landlord rents a property directly to a tenant and they decide they wish to let out part or all of the property to another tenant, it’s called subletting. This isn’t always a pr...
31st January 2018
It’s an all too common problem, the Tenant’s business hits a tricky patch and all unsecured creditors of the business, not least the Landlord suffer for it. If you do find yourself...