We may be able to help you even if you served the notices yourself. If notices have been issued correctly, we can issue court proceeding for property repossessions. Fees are all-inclusive, so court fees are also in – no other charges or costs!
After serving the notice for property repossession, if the tenant has not vacated the property, you need a tenant eviction court order.
In order to get the property repossession order as quick as possible we aim to act quickly, as soon as we get the signed Sign and Return letter back.
Our prices are all inclusive, so the quoted price includes court fees as well – so you don’t have to worry about any additional charges.
Obtaining the court order to repossess your property required, before anything, that the notices were served correctly and to be fully compliant with the current legislation. The slightest error in the section 8 and/ or 21 notice can make the notice invalid. Therefore, before proceeding to court we will check and ensure the section 8 and/ or 21 notices were served appropriately (in case you have served them yourself or used another 3rd party.
We aim to start court proceedings within 3 working days after receipt of the signed Sign and Return letter, however please be aware the actual timing to complete delivery of this service depends on court availability.
Once landlords get a Court order for possession, most but not all tenants move out. In the unfortunate case your tenant has not moved out despite the Court order, click on this link to order further support to get the tenant evicted.