Serving notice on a tenant

Serving notice on a tenant is often needed due to unpaid rent or maybe just the realisation that the current tenants are inappropriate for your property  Long term rent arrears? Paying for damage of property ? These are all risks with which landlords have to live.   Evicting a tenant is often a limitation of risk when early signs start to give concern.

Serving notice on a tenant due to Tenant Rent Arrears: 

Serving notice on a tenant for breach of short-term tenancy in failing to pay their rent and accumulating rent arrears ?   Whether the tenant is in rent arrears by one month or 6 months arrears, we will guide you through the services of Evicting a tenant.  

The first stage of serving notice on a tenant

Serving notice on a tenant will always start with a notification advising of your intention and request for your tenant to find alternative accommodation and vacate your property.  Very seldom is this accepted well by your tenant. A professional, calm and logical stance should always be maintained.  Never be drawn into an emotional state into which the tenant may try to pull you.

Serving notice on a tenant seldom helps recover Rent Arrears

Serving notice on a tenant seldom helps.  When issuing a rent arrears claim, it is wise to use a 3rd party to serve the notification on your tenant as well as handle the rent areas claim.  We will ensure that we monitor the tenant's actions and trace link for forwarding addresses before they leave your property to make certain that chase and collection of rent arrears can be pursued and collected.

Serving notice on a tenant - Court action 

In serving notice on a tenant, the correct protocol must be followed to show to the Court so as to make sure that your eviction is carried our lawfully and in the least possible time.  We specialise in understanding the facts and carrying out the appropriate procedure professionally at all times.  

Serving notice on a tenant with a Court order

A court Order for evicting a tenant hopefully will be enough to encourage your debtor to vacate your property.  This order will be used by many tenants to jump the queue with the local council to obtain accommodation through council-rented accommodation.  The use of our services will ensure that we communicate with the tenant and supply what they need so that they can move on and remove themselves from your property with as little distress as possible.    

Serving notice on a tenant with aid of Bailiffs 

Evicting your tenant with the aid of Enforcement Agents ( Bailiffs ) on occasion is a necessary evil.  The timeframe required for repossession and eviction as well as the procedure necessary based on the type of tenancy will determine the choice of Bailiff used. There is a geographical factor in that action in some areas of the country can be executed more quickly than in others. We will continue to negotiate with tenants with a view of moving them out as quickly as possible to minimize long-term loss of rent.

Serving notice on a tenant and the retention of deposits

When evicting tenants, the question of rental deposits will soon come up and the claiming back of the guarantee. Let us act as your agent and oversee the billing of dilapidation of your property during its occupation by the tenants. This will help ensure your successful claim over the deposit. 

Serving notice on a tenant - what happens after they have left

Evicting Tenants is about limiting loss and risk.  Once vacant possession is gained, risk management can be calculated and the total loss  from the ex-tenant also calculated. The loss can be written off as uncollectable or be made subject to enforcement of its collection through Court orders and Enforcement agent. It is seldom possible to collect the entire debt in one payment. However, payment plans over a set period of time with regular collections and enforcement are worthwhile procedures to adopt and are standard with our service.