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Category: Tenant Eviction

What Are The Grounds For Tenant Eviction In 2024?

Updated Dec 2023 contains all current legal information in accordance with the latest laws of England & Wales Grounds For Eviction Many landlords are now handling the eviction process themselves by serving a Section 8, but there are a few details that must be 100% accurate. Some landlords attempting to evict tenant’s themselves unknowingly serve an invalid notice which consequently

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How Landlords Can Evict Tenants Themselves in 2024: Procedures, Steps, Resources, and Solutions

Evicting a tenant from a residential property in the UK is a multifaceted process governed by stringent legal regulations. While we highly recommend seeking legal advice and assistance, some landlords may contemplate self-eviction as a last resort. This article provides a comprehensive guide to self-eviction procedures, step-by-step instructions, and an array of resources and solutions for landlords dealing with tenant

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How Landlords Can Evict Tenants Themselves in 2024: Procedures, Steps, Resources, and Solutions

Evicting a tenant from a residential property in the UK is a multifaceted process governed by stringent legal regulations. While we highly recommend seeking legal advice and assistance, some landlords may contemplate self-eviction as a last resort. This article provides a comprehensive guide to self-eviction procedures, step-by-step instructions, and an array of resources and solutions for landlords dealing with tenant

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Renters Reform Bill 2023 – A Landlords Guide

The Renters’ Reform Bill will bring about significant changes to the renting landscape. The new legislation, which comes into effect next week, includes several key measures, such as the elimination of section 21 ‘no fault’ evictions, the establishment of a landlord registry, and the introduction of a private rented ombudsman to ensure that renters’ rights are upheld. Additionally, the bill

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What Is Meant By Legal Expenses, Eviction Of Squatters & Rent Guarantee?

Legal Expenses Cover is provided for irrecoverable costs and fees to pursue or defend claims involving breach of tenancy agreement. Rent Guarantee Cover is provided for unpaid rent in excess of one month up to 12 months or until vacant possession is gained, whichever happens first. Once vacant possession is obtained and your property is in a suitable condition to be

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What Are The Grounds For Tenant Eviction In 2023?

Updated Jan 2023 contains all current legal information in accordance with the latest laws of England & Wales Grounds For Eviction Many landlords are now handling the eviction process themselves by serving a Section 8, but there are a few details that must be 100% accurate. Some landlords attempting to evict tenant’s themselves unknowingly serve an invalid notice which consequently

Read More »

Evictions Without A Reason

Eviction at the end of the fixed term At the end of the fixed term, the landlord does not need a reason to evict you. As long as they’ve given you correct notice, they can apply to the court for a possession order. If the court gives your landlord a possession order and you still do not leave, your landlord

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Eviction Notices Explained (UPDATED 2023)

Updated Jan 2023 See also: 2022 DIY Tenant Eviction KIT, Grounds For Eviction Eviction Notices Explained (2023) As a landlord there will be a range of circumstances that you will encounter where it becomes appropriate to take action to evict a tenant from the property that they are renting. In this guide we explore what eviction notices are; the different

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‘No Fault’ Evictions To Come To An End

Today (2 February 2022) the Levelling Up Secretary Michael Gove is set to unveil the government’s flagship Levelling Up White Paper. The White Paper will set out a plan to transform the UK by spreading opportunity and prosperity to all parts of it. The White Paper will set out a complete ‘system change’ of how government works that will be

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The Covid Knock-On Effect Is Targeting All Landlords & Letting Agents

A leading agent has been in touch with EAT to vent his frustration at the government for extending most of the current Covid restrictions – and he says that indirectly they will cause damage to the agency industry and the housing market. The agent, who is close to the top of a large corporate chain, says their “mood music” created by

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Category: Tenant Eviction

What Are The Grounds For Tenant Eviction In 2024?

Updated Dec 2023 contains all current legal information in accordance with the latest laws of England & Wales Grounds For Eviction Many landlords are now handling the eviction process themselves by serving a Section 8, but there are a few details that must be 100% accurate. Some landlords attempting to evict tenant’s themselves unknowingly serve an invalid notice which consequently

Read More »

How Landlords Can Evict Tenants Themselves in 2024: Procedures, Steps, Resources, and Solutions

Evicting a tenant from a residential property in the UK is a multifaceted process governed by stringent legal regulations. While we highly recommend seeking legal advice and assistance, some landlords may contemplate self-eviction as a last resort. This article provides a comprehensive guide to self-eviction procedures, step-by-step instructions, and an array of resources and solutions for landlords dealing with tenant

Read More »

How Landlords Can Evict Tenants Themselves in 2024: Procedures, Steps, Resources, and Solutions

Evicting a tenant from a residential property in the UK is a multifaceted process governed by stringent legal regulations. While we highly recommend seeking legal advice and assistance, some landlords may contemplate self-eviction as a last resort. This article provides a comprehensive guide to self-eviction procedures, step-by-step instructions, and an array of resources and solutions for landlords dealing with tenant

Read More »

Renters Reform Bill 2023 – A Landlords Guide

The Renters’ Reform Bill will bring about significant changes to the renting landscape. The new legislation, which comes into effect next week, includes several key measures, such as the elimination of section 21 ‘no fault’ evictions, the establishment of a landlord registry, and the introduction of a private rented ombudsman to ensure that renters’ rights are upheld. Additionally, the bill

Read More »

What Is Meant By Legal Expenses, Eviction Of Squatters & Rent Guarantee?

Legal Expenses Cover is provided for irrecoverable costs and fees to pursue or defend claims involving breach of tenancy agreement. Rent Guarantee Cover is provided for unpaid rent in excess of one month up to 12 months or until vacant possession is gained, whichever happens first. Once vacant possession is obtained and your property is in a suitable condition to be

Read More »

What Are The Grounds For Tenant Eviction In 2023?

Updated Jan 2023 contains all current legal information in accordance with the latest laws of England & Wales Grounds For Eviction Many landlords are now handling the eviction process themselves by serving a Section 8, but there are a few details that must be 100% accurate. Some landlords attempting to evict tenant’s themselves unknowingly serve an invalid notice which consequently

Read More »

Evictions Without A Reason

Eviction at the end of the fixed term At the end of the fixed term, the landlord does not need a reason to evict you. As long as they’ve given you correct notice, they can apply to the court for a possession order. If the court gives your landlord a possession order and you still do not leave, your landlord

Read More »

Eviction Notices Explained (UPDATED 2023)

Updated Jan 2023 See also: 2022 DIY Tenant Eviction KIT, Grounds For Eviction Eviction Notices Explained (2023) As a landlord there will be a range of circumstances that you will encounter where it becomes appropriate to take action to evict a tenant from the property that they are renting. In this guide we explore what eviction notices are; the different

Read More »

‘No Fault’ Evictions To Come To An End

Today (2 February 2022) the Levelling Up Secretary Michael Gove is set to unveil the government’s flagship Levelling Up White Paper. The White Paper will set out a plan to transform the UK by spreading opportunity and prosperity to all parts of it. The White Paper will set out a complete ‘system change’ of how government works that will be

Read More »

The Covid Knock-On Effect Is Targeting All Landlords & Letting Agents

A leading agent has been in touch with EAT to vent his frustration at the government for extending most of the current Covid restrictions – and he says that indirectly they will cause damage to the agency industry and the housing market. The agent, who is close to the top of a large corporate chain, says their “mood music” created by

Read More »