Residential Property Repossession Proceedings  

When a Residential Landlord wishes to repossess their property, it may be for Breach of Contract (most common reason being Rent Arrears) or it may be on a  “no-fault” basis. 

The procedure for Repossession Proceedings in the case of Breach of Contract differs from that used for a “no-fault” action.

Ensure that the proper procedure is chosen and followed.

Instruct us to be your agent by just sending us this simple “Submit Residential Property Repossession Proceedings Form”.  

 

 

Breach of Contract

Your tenant has shown a complete disregard for the Residential Tenancy Agreement. He has failed to take due care of the property which by now has not only normal wear and tear but also signs of dilapidation which will be costly to rectify. To make matters worse, your tenant has stopped paying his rent.  You cannot get them out fast enough but do not know how to do this properly.  

At UK-Debtcollection.com, we are experienced in holding your hand as you seek to repossess your property on the grounds of breach of tenancy, guiding you through all the stages as shown below :

 

Pre-Action Protocol Tenant  

The Courts expect every effort to be made to avoid Court action. We at UK-Debtcollection.com can help guide you through exactly what you need to do before you can proceed with any action. 

 

Section 8 Notice 

This can only be issued to a tenant who has breached the terms laid out in the tenancy agreement and if certain conditions have been met, the most common being one involving rent arrears.
 

 

Eviction Supervision by Bailiffs      

Your tenant has ignored your Section 8 Notice and has not vacated your property. 

You are almost at the finishing post in your action to repossess your property but you are not there yet.  Eviction is a highly-regulated area and must be performed correctly.

Let our lawful, experienced and tough-minded bailiffs use the correct procedure to successfully supervise the eviction of the tenant.

Landlords, get off to a flying start by ensuring the correct Pre-action Protocol is followed flawlessly as well as the correct Notice and grounds chosen. Make sure that eviction is performed lawfully and by authorised Bailiffs.

Instruct us to be your agent by just sending us this simple “Submit Residential Property Repossession Proceedings Form”.  
 

 

 

“No-Fault”  

You are a Residential Landlord and need to repossess a property that you have let out. You have no qualms whatsoever with the tenant and so Breach of Contract does not apply.

We UK-Debtcollection.com can guide you along the correct route to be taken when you wish to repossess your property on a “no-fault” basis as follows :

 

 

Section 21 Notice

The landlord is able to issue the tenant with a Section 21 notice without giving any reason for ending the tenancy agreement.

 


Accelerated Possession Form N5B

Within a certain period from the issue of a valid Section 21 Notice, it is possible to apply for possession without needing to appear in Court.
 

 

Make certain that the Section 21 Notice and Accelerated Possession Form N5B contain no errors and are completed thoroughly.

Instruct us to be your agent by just sending us this simple “Submit Residential Property Repossession Proceedings Form”.  

 

 

Last but not least : 

 

 

Background Checks by our Private Investigator Dept.

 

For the future, let us also help you reduce the risk in letting the same or another property. 

Our Private Investigator Dept. is experienced in carrying out Background Checks which will give you objective material for reaching an informed decision as to whether to let to a prospective tenant or not.

In this area of life as in so many others, prevention really is better than cure !
 

 

Find out more and instruct us to be your agent by just sending us this simple “Submit Residential Property Repossession Proceedings Form”.