Dealing with a tenant eviction can be tricky – the late or non-payment of rent, anti-social behaviour or damage to your property can all sour the relationship and make what you felt like was a good business venture a stressful situation with the only way out to evict your problematic tenant.

There are prescribed procedures to be followed when evicting a tenant, and falling foul of these rules can mean further costs for you as the landlord as well as the tenant staying in the property even longer.

In addition to serving the right type of notice (as there is more than one depending on your circumstances), the tenant also has to be served with certain documentation including the EPC, GSR and How To Rent Booklet for any notice served to be valid. Any bond paid would also have to be secured appropriately and the relevant paperwork provided before steps can be taken to evict your tenant.

These types of cases must be considered carefully and all appropriate steps taken to ensure your position is not prejudiced and the correct procedure is followed to help you regain possession of your property in the most time and cost effective way. Our team of dedicated experienced lawyers can deal with this for you, providing specialist advice and support to guide you through the process and support you towards regaining possession of your property.

Below is our pricing structure for Possession Proceedings:-


If you require advice or assistance in relation to any of these issues or Landlord and Tenant issues or any other Litigation law matters at Jordans Solicitors we have a dedicated Litigation team who can help. Please dial 01924 387 110 and ask to speak with a member of the Litigation team or request a call back and a member of our team will contact you.

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