Possession Proceedings

There are many reasons a landlord may want to remove a tenant; you may have an undesirable tenant, there may be rent arrears or the time may have come for you to sell the property.

Whatever the reason, we know that you need quick, pro-active and effective solutions in order to save you precious time and money.

Our specialist Dispute Resolution team have considerable experience in representing landlords and assisting managing agents in successfully obtaining possession orders.

We offer a three stage fixed fee process that achieves prompt and cost effective results:

Fixed Fee 3 Stage Process

Stage 1: service of notice

  • Guaranteed immediate service of notice
  • Review of tenancy agreement
  • Advice on the most effective process

Stage 2: court proceedings

  • Issuing proceedings
  • Attending first hearing
  • Obtaining possession order

Stage 3: eviction

  • Should the tenant refuse to leave, we will issue a warrant of possession

Please contact the Dispute Resolution team to obtain details of the fixed fee scheme.

To explain the process for a landlord to obtain possession of a property from a tenant we have prepared a step-by-step guide.

Lewis Couth from Sintons & Rachel Warriner from RMT Accountants recently recorded a webinar for Landlords & Managing Agents which concentrates on maximising rental income, you can view it here.

For more information about our expertise and how we could help you, please contact us.