Unfortunately there may come a time when your tenant defaults on a provision within their tenancy agreement. If the breach is not remedied, landlords are left with no other option than apply to the courts for an eviction.
The process of eviction will depend upon whether the landlord has fully complied with their obligations during the commencement of the tenancy agreement and throughout the term.
The process can be lengthy and expensive. Where you have fully discharged your obligations and have proof of this, the process will be much more streamlined.
If you require an eviction of your tenant we can help by:
- Serving a notice to vacate
- Serving a notice to evict
- Applying to the courts for an eviction order
- Debt recovery
- Liaising with bailiffs
- Applying to the high court
- Liaising with high court enforcement officers
- Preparing settlement agreements
We understand that dealing with a defaulting tenant can be very stressful, here at Fitz we act efficiently and promptly to ensure the matter is resolved amicably and as cost efficient as possible.