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Tenant and Eviction
How and When to Evict Tenants
Tenant eviction is one of the worst scenarios to be in as a landlord. There are several reasons for a landlord or property manager to evict tenants; however, this is in most cases due to the tenant breaching the terms of their lease agreement.
If this situation cannot be resolved and the tenant refuses to leave the unfortunate next step is eviction.
Before indicating to you tenant that you are pursuing eviction, you must consult with a solicitor to ensure you have grounds to do so.
We make tenant evictions simple by offering you a three-stage, fixed fee process.
Reasons for Eviction
When Landlords or property owners needs to start the eviction process, it must begin with a notification to the tenant. To evict a tenant before the fixed term expires the property manager or landlord must provide grounds to support their claim.
To evict a tenant on a fixed-term contract, they need to give at least one good reason that is validated by evidence.
The courts and tenants will consider some grounds will have a chance to disprove them. However, there are a few grounds that lead to immediate eviction, if proven.
- Repairs or development
- Rent arrears
- Late rental payments
- Breach of contract
- Anti-social behaviour
- Damage to property
- End of employment from the landlord
- Providing False information