If there are two tenants involved in the eviction process, as your litigation solicitors, we will draft all notices and claims to include all tenants.

Failure to follow the correct steps could result in accusations of harassment or illegal eviction. The eviction process depends on the type of tenancy agreement in place, so it is important that the correct procedures are followed.

After serving the appropriate notice, landlords can apply to the court for a standard possession order if tenants owe rent and do not leave by the specified date. An accelerated possession order is an option if no unpaid rent is being claimed.

If tenants still refuse to leave, landlords can apply for a warrant for possession, allowing bailiffs to remove tenants from the property.


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