There are several reasons why a landlord may require possession of a property that they let to a tenant including the tenant not paying the rent, a possible breach situation or simply a desire to sell the property.
We can assist landlords through the process from serving notice on the tenant that possession is required, to issuing a claim for possession in the county court and recovering possession after judgment.
The success of claims for possession often relies on accuracy. Our solicitors can take care of the process, ensuring that you get your property back as quickly as possible. Call us to discuss how we can help.
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