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  • 28th March 2019
    GARG solicitors are brilliant and professional we have been trying 6 months to remove a terrible tenant from our property, but he sorted everything from the beginning and got her removed AMAZING. If you\'ve got a problem tenant contacted him you won\'t be disappointed
    Karen-Robert

Recent Cases

12th March 2019 – Lot of disrepair issues – Council served a notice on the landlord – Rent Arrears of over eight months - Section 8 notice– Matter represented by us – on the first hearing- Outcome

Possession in 14 days, Payment of all rent arrears and costs

The tenant very evasive. Owing to the rent arrears, we served section 8 notice. The tenant took the notice to the council and reported lot of issues in the property (which were not reported to the landlord). No access was given too. Council inspected the property and served notice on the landlord to fix the issues. The landlord fixed the issues with three weeks as the tenant started giving access. After fixing all the issues, the landlord approached us to file the case in the court. We advised our client to wait for eight weeks to see whether the tenant pays any rent. The tenant failed to pay any rent. We filed the case in the court. Upon the first hearing, we explained to the court the whole circumstances and the landlord’s position. After perusal of the file and having been satisfied with our arguments, the court ordered the tenant to:

Possession in 14 days, Payment of all rent arrears and costs

21th December 2018 – Tenants abandoned the property without any notice – left plenty of their stuff in the property – Rent arrears of over four months - Section 8 notice– Matter represented by us – on the first hearing- Outcome

Possession in 14 days, Payment of all rent arrears and costs and release of deposit

The property was managed by the estate agents. Upon getting no rental payments, they visited the property and found that there is a lot of post lying unattended. They tried to contact the tenants, however, no reply. After getting advice from us, they sent text message to the tenants that they will coming to inspect the property. Upon receiving no response, they used their own key to open the door to inspect the property. They found that most of the tenant’s stuff is in the property but there is a lot of unattended post. The windows were also left open. After securing the property by closing all the windows, we advised to serve section 8 notice. After its expiry, we took the matter to the court. After careful examination of all the evidences which we put on the court file, the court was satisfied with our client’s claim and ordered the tenant -

Vacate the property in 14 days and pay all the costs and rent arrears and also ordered that the paid deposit be released in landlord’ favour.

18th December 2018 – No access to the property – Housing benefits – Tenant not topping up - Section 8 notice– Matter represented by us – on the first hearing- Outcome

Possession in 14 days, Payment of all rent arrears and costs

The tenant in receipt of the housing benefits which covers the partial rent. The tenant not topping up the rent payments. The landlord approached us for an eviction. After serving section 8 notice, we filed the case in the court. The tenant contacted the legal aid solicitors who started sending us lot of correspondences including last minute defence one day before the court hearing. On the court hearing date, we represented the matter in the court. Within 15 minutes of the arguments, the court ordered the tenant to:

Vacate the property in 14 days and pay all the costs and rent arrears.

17th December 2018 – Money claim on behalf of the tenant – Tenant / our client left the property – Requested return of the deposit – Landlord refused – We took the matter in the court – got default judgement – Landlord / debtor filed Application Notice (N244 FORM) and requested for setting aside the Judgement – On first hearing – Debtor Application dismissed and court ordered -

To pay the debt amount plus our costs of £1300.00

In this case, we represented the ex-tenant. He paid the deposit to the landlord. However, after leaving the property and after giving the clean property to the landlord, he requested for the return of the deposit. The landlord refused to acknowledge any requests and refused to return the paid deposit. We sued the landlord for the compensation for three times and the return of the original deposit. The landlord never responded back to the claim. We got Judgement in Default. Before executing the Judgement through High Court Enforcement Officers, the landlord filed Application Notice in the court and request for setting aside the Judgement. We appeared in the court and with our very robust arguments and case management skills, after the argument of approx. 30 minutes, the court dismissed the debtor Application Notice and ordered him to:-

To pay the debt amount plus our costs of £1300.00

17th December 2018 – Disrepair issues – Tenant builder himself – No access to the property - Rent Arrears for 3.5k–- Section 8 notice– Matter represented by us – on the first hearing- Outcome

Possession in 14 days, Payment of all rent arrears and costs

The tenant stopped all kind of correspondences with the Landlord. Despite of numerous requests, he failed to open the door for the landlord and even to carry on the agreed inspection of the property. Landlord can see the broken window from outside. Upon conversation (from window), the defendant refused to open the door and hand over the new key to the landlord. Upon enquiry regarding broken window, the defendant replied to the landlord not to worry as he will fix the issue himself as he is builder. But no confirmation for the rent payment. After exhausting all the avenues, the landlord contacted us for evicting the tenant. We served section 8 notice on ground 8, 10, 11 and 12. Upon expiry of the notice, we initiated the Possession Proceedings and represented the landlord in the court. With our prefect file management and robust arguments, the court ordered the tenant to:

Vacate the property in 14 days and pay all the costs and rent arrears.

28th November /2018 – Rent Arrears for 16.5k–- Section 8 notice– Matter represented by us – on the first hearing- Outcome

Possession in 14 days, Payment of all rent arrears and costs

Massive Rent Arrears of over 16.5 K. The tenant was very evasive. We took the matter to the court on section 8 notice. The tenant represented by the Duty Solicitors and pleaded that there are no rent arrears and she is upto date with her payments. The court adjourned the matter and ordered to the tenant to provide her defence and counter-claim within 14 days. The tenant failed to file any defence. We wrote to the court and requested for an early hearing. Upon the court hearing, the tenant appeared again in the court and requested for further adjournment. We objected her request and requested for outright possession order. After hearing our arguments, the court became satisfied and ordered the tenant to:

Vacate the property in 14 days and pay all the costs and rent arrears.

20th November 2018 – Rent Arrears for 3k–- Section 8 notice– Matter represented by us – on the first hearing- Outcome

Possession in 14 days, Payment of all rent arrears and costs

The tenant is in Rent Arrears of approx 3K. The landlady was working full time and paying mortgage for her own property and without getting any rent from the tenant, she was forced to pay the mortgage to the tenancy property also. The situation was very tight. The landlord approached us for assistance in getting the tenant eviction. Based on the instructions and after going through the documents, we advised the landlady to serve section 8 notice. After the expiry of the notice, we took the matter to the court. The tenant failed to attend the court, however, the court performed its full due diligence. After going through with all the documents and after hearing our arguments, the court ordered the tenant to:

Vacate the property in 14 days and pay all the costs and rent arrears.

Testimonials

28/03/2019: -

GARG solicitors are brilliant and professional we have been trying 6 months to remove a terrible tenant from our property, but he sorted everything from the beginning and got her removed AMAZING. If you\'ve got a problem tenant contacted him you won\'t be disappointed —Karen-Robert

13/03/2019: -

Truly a professional and quality service at an affordable price. Thank you. —D Sidhu

05/03/2019: -

Very reliable everyone was helpful would definite recommend to anyone else thank you. —S. Singh

04/03/2019: -

I have had the pleasure of working with Nav as I was a landlord of a property and my tenant was not paying me any rent. I approached Garg Solicitors and Spoke to Nav who talked me through every step of the process through to eventually evicting the tenant after obtaining a court order , Nav was approachable and was always on hand to offer advice on the phone, I would not hesitate in recommending this practice to anyone . —Mahesh P

26/02/2019: -

Having had several successful evictions I am very pleased with the service I have received from Garg Solicitors. —Thomas Rogers

25/02/2019: -

Thank you, for your excellent and efficient service as always. Your efforts and work are much appreciated. —Sak

04/02/2019: -

“Very nice firm to deal with, very sincere advice given, immediate response to every call and e mail, very polite and courteous, very professional, cant say any more, very satisfied — —'Mr N J'

10/12/2018: -

I am impressed with their high professional advice. Always available in the phone if I needed to contact him. Because of help and advice with in very short period court had given the order the possession of the property, to pay all the rent arrears. I personally highly recommend Garg solicitors LTD. Especially Mr Naveen Garg. Thank you very much— —'Mr Berhane'

21/11/2018: -

I have been impressed with Mr Garg and his team’s professional standards concerning issues with the problem tenants. Mr Garg offered a free consultation, has been very approachable and understanding throughout. I would recommend this company to my contacts, infact will do so highly. Thank you. —'Mrs H Kaur'

20/11/2018: -

Very quick, high professional advice. Always available in the phone if needed. Because of help and advice with in two month period court had given the order to possession the property. Highly rated Garg solicitors LTD. Especially Mr Naveen Garg. Thank you very much—'Mr Kharel'

19/11/2018: -

I have used Garg Solicitors and i found them very professional, proactive and helpful. They have managed to help me with my case successfully and in a timely manner. Thank you so much for all your help. —'Ms Kim'

16/10/2018: -

The way you organised the eviction was outstanding. It was handled in a remarkable way. I will recommend your services to my friends. Thanks a lot. —'Prof. Charles'

08/10/2018: -

I wish to express my profound appreciation to Garg Solicitor for their professional service, timely and efficient action with high professionalism exercised on my case. I was happy and pleased with the way my case was handled and won at one hearing just as you promised to do at your best. I appreciate your good and kind relationship towards me. Thank you.—'Mr Samson'

17/09/2018: -

Very happy with the service provided..—'Chloe R'

10/09/2018: -

Fast, friendly and professional service. I would definitely recommend Garg Solicitors LTD. Brilliant —Mr Ishri S

03/09/2018: -

When things go wrong with your Tenant, you need both practical and emotional support. I cannot recommend my team at Garg more highly. Mine was a very emotive situation, and they helped me keep a dose of perspective - while they ensured I got the result I needed. I now have possession of my property. Thank you. —M Geoghegan

28/08/2018: -

We have been working with Nav and the team for a number of years now, and cannot find a single fault with the service. Garg are pro-active, respond immediately and most importantly always give the correct advise to help progress the matter, as opposed to try to push us to spend money with them. Would highly recommend to agents and landlords! Thanks Nav for all your help! —Sandra Davidson Estate Agents

26/08/2018: -

I am more than satisfied with the performance of Garg Solicitors which is reflected in my using them for 'four evictions' to date with more to come in the near future. —T B Rogers