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Tenant Eviction Service – Tenant Eviction Specialists with a Difference
Eviction Management Services will secure possession of your property in the minimum of time. Possession is secured through the County Court or, depending on the circumstances, the High Court. We are well equipped to deal with a wide variety of problems and are tackling them on a daily basis …
Need your property back to sell
Tenants not paying rent
Recovery of unpaid rent
Damaging your property
Crack houses and other drug activity
Our tenant eviction service comes backed up by our team of experienced tenant eviction specialists whose expertise is second to none. We provide a service that is tailored to your individual needs as we know only too well that everyone is different as are the circumstances you may find yourself in with your tenant.
When you use our tenant eviction service you may find that you save both time and money as our business model allows us to begin work within 24 hours of receiving payment.
For a free no obligation appraisal contact us today
Contact us on: firstname.lastname@example.org
or call our offices on:
Midlands and the North 0121 728 5588 / 5599
London and the South 0203 9126 299
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Evicting Your Tenant
Stage 1 – £95
Service of a s.8 or s.21 Notice on the tenant, and a professional but strongly worded letter advising them of the implications of not paying the outstanding rent or not moving out.
Stage 2 – £595 (+ court fee)
Possession proceedings. The majority of tenants will have left at the end of Stage 1, however if not we will assist you to obtain a possession order and money judgement order – whilst we are at this stage we will also attempt to secure an early surrender of your property by using our specialist negotiation skills.
Stage 3 – £195 (+ court fee)
In the unlikely event of your tenant still being at the property on expiry of the court order we will help you apply for a warrant of possession. This will mean that the tenants are physically removed from the property.