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  • 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

Recent Cases

VERY INTERESTING FACTS - 3th September 2018 – Rent Arrears – Property Disrepair – No Access to the property – Landlord needed access for Mortgage Survey Purposes – Tenant Very Evasive – Deposit Registered Late - - - Section 8 notice – - - Matter represented by us – on the first hearing - Outcome –

Possession in 14 days, Money Claim continue as separate proceedings

The landlord is the first time landlord. He rented the property without making deep checks on the tenants. Tenant fell under rent arrears of three months and claimed disrepair issues. However, upon the approach of the landlord and his builder, the tenant refused to give access and most of the time, does not answered the door. Landlord Mortgage Company wanted to visit the property before renewing the mortgage, however, tenant refused the access. Tenant also warned the landlord that he will sue the landlord for registering the deposit late. Landlord was in very desperate situation. He contacted us for help and eviction. After carefully reviewing the whole situation, we decided to serve section 8 notice under grounds 8, 10, 11 and 12. After expiry of the notice, we took the matter to the court. As apprehended, the tenants defended the matter and allege the deposit issue and disrepair. However, with our robust court representative, the court decided and ordered the tenant to:-

Hand over the vacant possession of the property in 14 days and ordered that money claim for rent arrears and deposit/disrepair will go separately. (Well deserved relief for the landlord)

3th September 2018 – Rent Arrears – Tenant stopped all contacts – section 8 notice – tenant sent an email for adjournment due to personal grief - - Matter represented by us – on the first hearing - Outcome –

Possession in 28 days, Payment of the landlord costs, Payment of Rent Arrears

The tenant was in rent arrears of over fives months. No reason assigned for non-payment of rent. The landlord tried to contact the tenant, however, tenant stopped all communications. The landlord approached us for eviction. We served section 8 notice and filed the case in the court. The tenant never filed any defence. On the court hearing date, the court notified us that the tenant has sent an email that due to the bereavement in the family, he cannot attend the court. Matter still called for hearing. We pleaded the full background and showed empathy for the tenant’s present situation, however, requested the possession order and agreed for longer date for possession of the property. Upon hearing our arguments, the court passed the order that the tenant

To vacate the property in 28 days, Payment of the landlord costs, Payment of Rent Arrears

DEBT RECOVERY MATTER – 27th August 2018 – In 2017 – The tenants abandoned the property with the rent arrears of £4500.00 - No forwarding address available – In 2018 – We started trace procedure and found the business address – served Letter of Demand – Took the matter to the court – within 10 days of filing the case and with effective negotiations –

Ex-tenant / debtor called the client and paid 80% cleared all the rent arrears and costs -

In 2017, owing to the huge rent arrears, the tenants abandoned the property. The landlord suffered huge losses. The landlord approached us to trace the ex-tenants. We tried to trace but trace came negative. The matter was then closed, however, the ex-tenants details were on closed file. In July 2018, we started tracing the ex-tenants / debtors without taking any fee from our client. Once again, no records found for the debtors. However, with our continuous search, we found the debtors self owned business address. Under the instructions of our client, we served ‘letter of demand’ at the business address (in normal circumstances, it is not allowed). After 14 days, we took the matter to the court. Surprisingly, the debtors started contacting our client through their representative. With our effective strategy, within 10 days of filing the case;

Debtors cleared 80% the rent arrears and settled the matter. (Client very happy)

24th August 2018 – Rent Arrears – Room Rental Agreement – HMO Property – Tenant not paying rent - Housing Benefit Stopped - - Section 8 notice – - Tenant claimed Disrepair Issues - Matter represented by us – on the first hearing - Outcome –

Possession in 14 days, Payment of the landlord costs, Payment of Rent Arrears

The landlord lives abroad and he owns the HMO Property in UK. Seven Rooms in the property and all occupied. One tenant is in always inconsistent in paying his weekly rental payments and in rent arrears of well over eight weeks. The Landlord tries to deal with him but to no avail. He contacted us for eviction. We severed Section 8 notice. The tenant reported the matter to the council and tried to involve them. After expiry of Section 8 notice, we took the matter to the court and represented the matter. The tenant was accompanied by the council representative. Due to our effective file management and robust arguments in the court, on the first hearing, the court ordered the tenant to hand over the

Possession in 14 days, Payment of the landlord costs, Payment of Rent Arrears

Very Interesting Facts - 12th August 2018 – Rent Arrears – Tenant refused entry to the landlord even to carry on regular inspection – Disrepair issues - Section 8 notice – Matter represented by us – on the first hearing - Outcome –

Possession in 14 days, Payment of the landlord costs, Payment of Rent Arrears of £6000.00, Daily Rate and Release of deposit of £1500.00 in landlord’s favour

Property offered to the tenant as a sole tenant. Within first month of the tenancy, tenant due to some arguments with his wife, left the property by leaving his wife and kids in the property, resultantly, rent arrears immediately started after first month. Wife contacted the council for help, however, council stated that she needs to have the tenancy under her name. Despite of the arguments with his wife, the tenant contacted the landlord and “DEMANDED” the tenancy to be changed to his wife name. The landlord clearly refused. During inspection of the property, it was found that the tenant wife is running a catering business in the property which attracted lot of mice in the property. Rent arrears continued to accrue more. With no option left, the landlord approached us for eviction. We served section 8 notice and matter taken to the court. Surprisingly, the main tenant filed the defence and alleged the disrepair issues including leakage of roof etc. Landlord contacted the tenant who started laughing. On the first hearing, matter represented by us and tenant also attended the hearing and represented by Duty Solicitors. However, within 8-9 minutes, the District Judge ordered the tenant :-

Hand over the Possession in 14 days, Payment of the landlord costs, Payment of Rent Arrears of £6000.00, Daily Rate and Release of deposit of £1500.00 in landlord’s favour

19th July 2018- Tenancy got a break clause – Landlord wanted to have the property back – Section 21 notice - matter taken to the court – Court order possession – tenant filed defence and pleaded hardship (which was later found) – Court asked for the hearing - Matter represented by us in the court– Outcome

Possession Order maintained

Landlord offered tenancy for twelve months to the tenant. The tenant was having the break – clause. Upon signing of the tenancy, landlord categorically showed the break clause and asked the tenant to sign next to the break-clause. Landlord moved out from the property, however, due to the personal reasons, landlord wanted to have the property back. She requested the tenant to move out by referring the break-clause. Tenant refused to listen. Landlord Served Section 21 notice on her own and she approached us to the take the matter to the court for possession order. We filed the case and within 6 weeks, we secure the possession order. Surprisingly, after two days, we received the defence and hardship pleading filed by the tenant and also we received the court hearing date. Matter represented by us. With our robust litigation skills, the court order that

The Possession Order maintained

Testimonials

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

21/08/2018: -

We would like to thank Mr. Garg and his team at Garg Solicitors LTD for sorting out our surprise eviction notice from our landlord. Using only one letter to disprove their Section 21 Notice and managed to postpone until we see fit to leave on our own accord. The case was handled very professionally and were willing to take it to court, if needed be. We are very impressed and will be sure to use them again, if needed. —Mr and Mrs Walters

15/08/2018: -

Garg Solicitors have been an invulnerable part of our company infrastructure in dealing with our tenant evictions. We are able to give our Landlords and Clients peace of mind with the knowledge that if they fall into problems with non payment of rent for any length of time or any other tenant related issues, which could lead to an eviction, we are able to offer them prompt, reliable and valuable service and advice them that Garg Solicitors are working on our behalf. 10 /10 for commitment to every case submitted to them with a clear commercial view and a full understanding of the law. We have and would recommend on every occasion to be the Tenant Eviction Solicitors firm of our choice. - —Benjamin Miller BSc Urban Life Estates & Surveyors

26/07/2018: -

I have used Landlord Guardian on c. 6 occasions + and have succesfully evicted 6 tenants without any problems. I have always found Nav and the team to be courteous and effective in my dealings with them. -—Y Yusuf

23/07/2018: -

Thank you for your work on this case, a remarkable outcome by yourself, I'm very happy with your work. -—S. K Bansal

29/06/2018: -

Nav and Sim are highly efficient, a great pleasure to deal with and are highly recommended as a team. -—Mr Dale

05/06/2018: -

Issued section 21 to evict none paying tenant. From start to finish the best service any one could hope for . Extremely polite . Had the desired effect / tenant vacated the premises without any fuss and without the need to go to court . Highly recommended. -—Ajay

01/06/2018 -

Very satisfied with today’s result. Thank you. -—T B Rogers

21th May 2018

I had a very good service,very effective. Very pleased with the outcome. Team is very caring and understanding , professional. I will use the service again and will recommend to my friends and family. Thank you very much for looking after me. -—B.Basuta

25th April 2018

I would like say thank you to Garg solicitor for the help and support in my fight to repossess my house. Your customer care is excptional. Sim and Nav never tired from being bombed with questions. I hope to keep working with you in future. God bless you. -—A Bird

25th April 2018

My experience of using Garg Solicitors was first class. Thoroughly professional throughout with my dealings with them and at all times provided clear advice. Will use Garg solicitors in the future and would recommend their services. -—Mr Kunal P

22nd January 2018

Exceptionally perfect service with fast reliable speedy service. I would be happy to recommend to any one. -—Mr Sharma

15th December 2017

Thank you to Nav and team once again for their swift professional response for my recent tenant eviction. Thoroughly recommend their services to any landlord that requires this type of service. -—Graham