Only if you’re a Landlord will you know and understand the stress, frustration and costs involved in evicting a tenant or gaining possession of a property. Those frustrations, stresses and costs are increasing all the time and with the advent of new PRS regulation, it’s become more difficult to gain possession of a rental property.
We believe that we are unique in our flexible and affordable approach to the eviction service, offering to landlords a step by step process by using our On-Line Eviction System. Our eviction service to our Landlords is a complete service, covering the process from start to it’s finish.
To start the Legal Possession Process of eviction, the first thing you must do is to issue a Notice of Possession by serving either a Section 21 or Section 8 Notice. Issuing the correct Notice depends on a number of important factors, as well as the specific tenancy circumstances, in most cases, there are a number of variables to take into consideration. If you choose our Legal Referral Service, The OneLandlord Legal Team will assess your specific case and will issue the relevant possession notice and if you wish, will take the case all the way to legal possession.
Evicting tenants can be straight forward if you understand the law and your obligations as a landlord but if there can be serious financial ramifications for Landlords if you don’t understand the law and you get the eviction process wrong!
What You Can Do Yourself
We offer complete flexibility over the eviction service you select. From our completely FREE Document Download service to our On Line Notice System and our specialist Legal Referral Service from our highly experienced, In-house Lawyer, and our prices are arguably the most competitive in the market.
Issuing The Correct Possession Notice Is The Key To A Successful Eviction
Without the correct compliant Possession Notice, you will not be able to enforce a legal possession of your property. These notices are the notices which a landlord must issue to a tenant when the landlord wishes to gain possession of their property. You cannot simply text, phone or email the tenant that you want the property back, we wish you could, sometimes it would make things so much simpler! However, you must follow the legal process and issue the prescribed documentation in the correct manner, not doing so will prevent you from gaining possession of your property until you do it right!
By the time things have got to the stage where an eviction notice is required, the situation is usually serious and the likelihood is that the relationship between the landlord and the tenant has just about broken down. Handling the notice decision making yourself can be stressful and without the knowledge and experience of the legal system, you may get it badly wrong, which could be very expensive and time consuming!
Possession of a property usually ends up costing, both in terms of lost rent and legal costs. Using a Solicitor can cost more than the benefit so this is where OneLandlord comes into its own and can help you with repossessing your property without it costing a small fortune.