Landlord ConsultantsTenant Eviction Service
Welcome to Landlord Consultants
Specialising in assisting Landlords in the private rented sector throughout England.
Stage 1- Serve Notice
- Tenant owes you rent?
- Tenancy Agreement breached?
- Tenant has failed to vacate the property?
We will prepare and serve the correct notice on the Tenant and any Guarantor giving them the opportunity to rectify the breach prior to commencing county court proceedings.
- Personal Service of Notices - For your peace of mind, we can arrange for notices to be hand delivered to the rented property and a Witness Statement provided.
At any future court hearing, the Witness Statement is evidence, that personal service of the notice, on the Tenant at the rented property, was effected.
Stage 2 - Prepare and Issue Court Proceedings
If your Tenant continues to breach the Tenancy Agreement, your only option may be to issue county court proceedings - we will complete and issue the correct documentation.
- Experienced Advocate represents you in Court - Increasingly, county court Judges expect to see experienced Advocates before them, to succinctly present the case for the Landlord.
At the court hearing, we will ensure you are met by an experienced Advocate, to present your case to the District Judge. You will be expected to attend the hearing, bringing with you the original Tenancy Agreement, an up to date rent schedule showing any arrears of rent and proof that the tenancy deposit has been registered.
Stage 3 - Enforce the Warrant
The Bailiff will meet the Landlord and his appointed locksmith at the property to obtain vacant posession.
- Tenant refusing to leave the property? - After the court hearing, if the Judge has set a date to vacate the property and the Tenant refuses to leave, we will arrange for a warrant of possession to be issued and a Bailiff to meet you at the property, to lawfully enforce the Court Order.
- Tenant applies to the court to suspend the warrant - Tenant applies to the court to suspend the warrant - Should the District Judge suspend the warrant for possession we will arrange for an experienced Advocate to represent you at future court hearings.
New Tenant Service
After you have found a Tenant we will draw up all the important documents including:
- Tenancy Agreement - Essential to include all the important information to ensure the best outcome, should you need to take your Tenant to court, to regain possession of your rented property.
- Guarantor Deed - You may want your Tenant to have a Guarantor, who will be jointly liable, for any rent arrears, interest and costs.
- Register Deposit - All Landlords must register deposits taken from Tenants - we can do this for you.
- Rent Schedule Template - To keep your records up to date. If you have to take a Tenant to court for non-payment of rent, District Judges are keen to see rent schedules, completed in a concise format.
We are consultants to Landlords in the private rented sector
Providing Landlords with advice and services required to bring a civil claim against a Tenant in County Courts across England.
We work with experienced individuals to resolve Landlord and Tenant disputes.
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43 Fisherton Street
Office: 0844 997 2000
Facsimile: 0844 997 2002