How can we help?
There are countless reasons for a landlord wanting vacant possession of their property. Often, landlords seek possession of their property for the following reasons:
- rent arrears
- the term of the tenancy has ended
- some other breach of the tenancy
Our services include:
- Serving Relevant Statutory Notices (section 8 notice/section 21 notice/notice to quit)
- Possession Proceedings (Residential/ Commercial)
- Squatter Actions
- Obtaining Money Judgment for Rent Arrears (usually alongside a claim for possession)
- Applying for a Writ of Possession
- Negotiating and Drafting Deed of Surrender
Why use us?
With the ever-increasing regulations and requirements needed to ensure the validity of a notice seeking possession, it can feel like a minefield for many landlords who are seeking to recover vacant possession of their property. That is why we have a dedicated landlord and tenant department who will work proactively with you to ensure that the process is as smooth as possible, and to ensure that possession is obtained at the earliest opportunity.
Key benefits include:
- A bespoke, friendly, and personalised service
- An experienced, professional, and courteous service
- Free initial consultation
- Honest and straightforward advice
- One point of contact throughout the claim
- Flexible appointments in the office, over the telephone or via online video platforms
- Competitive fixed fee services
We have a dedicated team who specialise in all types of possession matters, ranging from low value residential tenancies through to high end corporate tenancies. This expertise allows our team to advise you as to the best route depending on your circumstances, and are able to provide pragmatic, commercial advice.
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All initial enquiries are completely free of charge so please do not hesitate to call us on 0333 202 1132 or complete the form below to discuss your requirements further.
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Call us now on 0333 202 1132 or complete our free online enquiry form below for a free, no obligation discussion and let us explain your legal rights and options.