EVICTION: £210.00 inclusive of warrant costs
As a result of either procedure, the court will grant a possession order.
The court will write to the tenant to order them to leave. Usually this is 14 days later (may extend up to 42 days if eviction will cause the tenant exceptional hardship).
Very few tenants remain in the property after receiving a court order. If the tenant doesn’t leave, we will instruct a bailiff. The bailiff will remove the tenant from the property.
For you as a landlord the most important thing is to take action quickly. The longer you delay the more rental income you will lose. Remember it can take between two weeks to six months to get the tenant out. The longer you wait to serve a notice on a tenant the more money you will lose and the more stress you will cause yourself.