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Eviction Process 
 
To end a tenancy, for whatever reason, there is a process that needs to be followed. 
 
There will be a cost involved and during the process you might not receive any rent. To minimise the costs involved it is important to ensure it is done correctly, legally and speedily. If you’re not sure how to proceed, take a look at my FAQs. 
Help Is At Hand 
 
To end a tenancy, for whatever reason, there is a process that needs to be followed. 
 
There will be a cost involved and during the process you might not receive any rent. To minimise the costs involved it is important to ensure it is done correctly, legally and speedily. If you’re not sure how to proceed, take a look at my FAQs. 
HELP IS AT HAND 
 
To end a tenancy, for whatever reason, there is a process that needs to be followed. 
 
There will be a cost involved and during the process you might not receive any rent. To minimise the costs involved it is important to ensure it is done correctly, legally and speedily. If you’re not sure how to proceed, take a look at my FAQs. 

SERVICES 

Under the Housing Act 1988 there are two processes that can be used to end an Assured Shorthold Tenancy agreement.  
A notice will need to be served, either a Section 21 notice or Section 8 notice.  
Which one you serve will depend on your reasons for wanting the tenancy ended. We will always discuss which notice is the most appropriate for your circumstances.  
We often end up serving both, and then deciding which one to act on when we reach the Court Action step. 
 
There are three steps to ending a tenancy: 
 

Notices: from £59 

 
Serving a notice is the first step to gaining possession of your property; Section 21 for any reason except rent arrears or a section 8 for rent arrears. 
 
Section 21 notice 
Section 8 notice 
Not sure which notice to serve 
 

Possession: from £679 (Inclusive of court fees) 

 
If your tenant fails to leave the property following the notice, I can arrange court proceedings to gain a possession order. 
 
Accelerated possession 
Rent arrears possession 
 

Eviction: £210 (Inclusive of court fees) 

 
If your problem tenant has not left your property by the date set by the Judge, we will instruct bailiffs to remove them from your property. 
 
Instruct the bailiff 
Alternatives to court appointed bailiff 
 
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