07th June 2018 – Tenant Became Difficult and a Problem Tenant – Section 21 notice – Outcome –

Possession in 14 days and the landlord costs

Landlord contacted us in a huge stress that the tenant is always inconsistence in paying the rent and very difficult in offering the excess of the property for inspections. Tenant (being the experienced tenant) always tries to keep the rent under two months. We served Section 21 notice and upon further instructions from our client, we initiated Accelerated Possession Proceedings and made sure that the case is water and air tight. Outcome:

Possession in 14 days and the Landlord Costs

4th June 2018 – Rent Arrears – Tenant stops Communication – Not opening the door for the landlord – Section 8 notice – Matter Represented By Us – Outcome – on first hearing:-

Possession in 14 days, order for the rent arrears and all the landlord Costs

Tenant in Rent Arrears of three months. Landlord was in huge financial stress as he was paying mortgage on the tenancy property and on his own property. Despite of numerous requests, the tenant failed to respond back to the landlord. Landlord contacted us for the Tenant Eviction. We served Section 8 notice and upon further instructions from the Landlord (our client), we took the matter to the court. With our robust litigation and case preparation, the court ordered that the tenant

Possession within 14 days Ordered to pay the all the Rent Arrears of over £3500.00 Landlord Costs Daily rate until possession is handed over

1st June 2018 – Rent Arrears of over one year – Section 8 notice – Tenant defended for disrepair – Landlord living Abroad - Matter Represented by Us – Outcome

Possession within 14 days, Ordered to pay the all the Rent Arrears and Landlord Costs

HMO property. The tenant residing in one room and was getting Housing Benefit for the partial amount. He failed to make the top up payments. Due to the change of Circumstances, the Housing Benefits got stopped. The tenant never attempted to pay any further payments. He accrued the Rent Arrears of over one year. Landlord living abroad. In huge stress, the landlord contacted us for an eviction. We served section 8 notice and afterwards, we took the matter to the court. The tenant defended the matter and got Legal Aid. Court adjourned the matter for another hearing with the directions to file amended defence and counter-claim against the landlord. Tenant with the help of Legal Aid Solicitors filed the defence and the counter-claim against the landlord and we filed reply to the defence and the counter-claim. On second hearing, with our robust litigation and case preparation, the court ordered that the tenant:-

Possession within 14 days Ordered to pay the all the Rent Arrears of over £7600.00 Landlord Costs And payment of rent on daily basis, until possession is given

21st May 2018 – Rent Arrears – Rent Arrears of over £7500.00 – Section 8 Notice – Tenant stopped all communication, Upon filing the case in the court – Tenant abandoned the property and no rent paid - Matter Represented By Us – Outcome –

Possession Forthwith, Order for all rent arrears of £7500 + and Landlord’s costs

Tenant evasive and inconsistence in paying the rental payments throughout the tenancy. Rent arrears of over £7.5 k. Landlord was in a desperate situation as she was paying mortgage on the property. She approached us for eviction. We served section 8 notice and letter before action along with detail rent arrears schedule. Tenant never responded back. Upon receiving further instructions from our client, we initiated formal possession proceedings. All the court documents were specifically posted to the tenant. Result, the tenant abandoned the property without any notification and paying rent arrears. Neighbours notified the landlord about the tenant packing his stuff. Matter represented by us in the court. With our robust litigation and case preparation, the court ordered that the tenant:-

Possession ‘Forthwith’. Pay all the rent arrears of over £7.5k And pay all the landlord’s costs Release of the deposit in our client’s favour.

17th April 2018 – Rent Arrears – Tenant Claims Housing Benefit Issues – Rent Arrears Of Over 11 Months – Section 8 Notice – Claim Filed – Tenant Pleaded Unwarranted Hardship – However, Landlord At Great Loss – Matter Represented By Us – Outcome –

The Tenant ordered to leave within 14 days, pay over £8500 rent arrears and all other costs

Despite of numerous reminder letters and correspondences, the tenant failed to pay the rent and the rent arrears and on every approach, tenant asks for more time. Under stress, the landlord approached us for eviction. We served Section 8 notice. Tenant never replied. Matter taken to the court. The tenant filed defence and claimed hardship and issues with the Housing Benefits. On the court hearing date, the tenant represented by the duty solicitor and re-pleaded his defences and attempted to gain more time. However, with our robust litigation and case preparation, the court ordered that the tenant:-

To vacate the property in 14 days Pay all the rent arrears of over £8500 And pay all the landlord’s costs

11th April 2018 – Rent Arrears of £9500.00 – Section 8 notice – Tenant stops all correspondence with the landlord – Landlord very stressed as paying mortgage on tenancy property and his own property – Matter dealt by us – OUTCOME – on the first hearing-

Possession granted ‘FORTHWITH’ and tenant ordered to pay all the rent arrears and costs

Tenant was inconsistent in paying his rental payment from day one. On the demand of rent arrears, the tenant referred matter to council and to the housing. But no rental payment received. The landlord was under acute financial pressure as he was mortgage on the rental property and also his own house. The Landlord approached us. Section 8 notice served and matter taken to the court. With our capable litigation practice and effective case preparation and arguments, the court ordered

The possession ‘forthwith’ and ordered the tenant to pay all the rent arrears, costs and daily rate until property is left.

9th April 2018 – Rent Arrears – Deposit Not Protected By The Landlord – Disrepair Issues However Never Reported To The Landlord – Section 8 Notice – Matter Taken To The Court – Outcome-

The court ordered to vacate the property in 28 days and allows the tenant file separate defence

Interesting story:- The tenant was in rent arrears of six months (approx). Upon the landlord’s approach, the tenant denied any communication – by having no option left, the landlord approached us for eviction. Section 8 notice served and matter taken to the court. On the court hearing date, the tenant appeared in the court and pleaded disrepair issues and claim for not protecting the deposit. We defended that no defence pleaded before the hearing and the defendant admitted the arrears too. Upon our effective litigation and case preparation, we managed to secure the following best result for our landlord client:-

Tenant to vacate the property in 28 days Tenant has got liberty to file any further defence for money claim..

3rd April 2018 – Rent Arrears – Section 8 Notice – Claim filed in the court – tenant pleaded mandatory documents like gas safety, EPC etc not served – we represented the matter – OUTCOME –

Tenant ordered to vacate the property in 14 days and pay all the rent arrears and costs

Tenant was in rent arrears of over seven months and stopped all correspondence with the landlord. Landlord approached us for the eviction. Section 8 notice served and matter taken to the court. The tenant attended the court and defended that she never received any of the mandatory documents like Gas Safety Certificate, EPC and How to Rent Guide. However, with our robust litigation and advocacy, the court ordered the tenant

To vacate the property in 14 days and pay all the rent arrears and costs

21st March 2018 – Rent Arrears – Section 8 notice and Section 21 notice served – Tenant approached council for assistance – council stated deposit issues and payment in cash which is not registered by the landlord – we mediated and agreed payment plan and resolved all the outstanding issues – After four months – tenant defaulted payment plan – Section 8 notice reserved and matter taken to the court – OUTCOME

Tenant ordered to vacate the property in 14 days and pay all the rent arrears and costs

Tenant always inconsistent in paying his rent payments and stopped all correspondences. Landlord approached us for eviction process. We served Section 8 notice and Section 21 notice. Within 14 days, we received correspondence from the council and alleged that there is a deposit issue and as rent paid in cash so tenant disputed any rent arrears. Landlord never signed any rent book. We mediated and avoid further loss to our client (landlord) and agreed payment plan and resolved all alleged issues like deposit and rent arrears. Everything took in writing. After four months, the tenant defaulted the payment plan. Section 8 notice reserved. However, this time, the tenant never responded to the notice. Matter taken to the court. Upon the court hearing, the tenant appeared and got access to the duty solicitor. With our robust advocacy and detailed and well drafted pleadings, the court ordered

Tenant ordered to vacate the property in 14 days and pay all the rent arrears and costs

15th March 2018 – Section 21 notice – tenant filed delayed defence and pleaded hardship– Possession order granted in our client’s favour – however, the court called for the hearing. Within less than 120 seconds of the court hearing, the court ordered-

That the possession order stand and the tenant’s pleading for extension of time is refused

The property was initially let by the landlord’s agent. However, after one year of management by the letting agents, the landlord took the management back and started managing the property. However, it was found that the letting agents have not protected the deposit. Due to evasive behaviour of the tenant, the landlord wanted to have the property back. We drafted MOU between the landlord and the tenant and resolved deposit issue. Section 21 notice was then served and matter taken to the court. Possession order was granted, however, due to the delayed defence by the tenant and in the light of the hardship pleading, the court ordered for the court hearing. We once again, represented the matter in the court and within less than two minutes, we manage, the get the tenant defence for extension of time, refused and court ordered that:-

The possession order will stand and further, the tenant was ordered to pay the costs.

AMAZING AND VERY CONVINCING RESULT
(MUST READ)

2nd March 2018 – SECTION 21 NOTICE - TENANCY WAS DEALT BY EX-HUSBAND - NO TENANCY AGREEMENT AVAILABLE WITH LANDLORD (OUR CLIENT) – NO ACCESS TO THE PROPERTY SINCE LAST TWO YEARS – TENANT THREATENED FOR HARASSMENT AND BULLYING UPON APPROACH BY LANDLORD – NO RENT RECEIVED FROM LAST TWO YEARS– TENANT ALLEGED PAYING RENT TO EX- HUSBAND - NO CONFIRMATION – WE WERE INSTRUCTED TO DEAL –

Outcome – Tenant ordered to vacate the property and also ordered to pay the costs of £3000.00

The property was managed by the client’s (owner) husband from the over 7 years. After separation, the landlord was harassed by both the ex-husband and the tenant regarding passing over any information regarding the tenancy. The Landlord was not even aware that how much is the monthly rent, how many people live in the property, about gas safety records, state of the property and even she was not aware that when the tenancy actually started etc, etc. Landlord approached us and handed over the massive file only with the notes from different Solicitors and Barristers suggesting different opinions. We found that the landlord was struggling from the last two years without any luck. After reviewing the documents, we opted for altogether different approach. Despite of having no tenancy documents and other information, we served section 21 notice. After expiry of the notice, we took the matter to the court. Court called the matter for the hearing. Surprisingly, the tenant turned up and asked for more time to reply. The court allowed extra 14 days time. The tenant failed to adhere to the court’s direction. Without wasting any time, we lodged an Application Notice in the court and requested for immediate possession order without any further hearing and filed statement of costs. Within ten days, we received the following order:-

1. Hand over the vacant possession of the property within 14 days.
2. Costs of £3000.00 to be paid by the tenant.

(Need not to say, our client was extremely happy and on top of the world)
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9 th February 2018 – LANDLORD ALREADY GOT THE POSSESSION ORDER – WITH THE RENT ARREAS AND COST ORDER AGAINST THE TENANT FOR OVER £11K. THE TENANT FILED AN APPLICATION NOTICE TO THE COURT THAT HE CANNOT AFFORD TO PAY THE ORDERED DEBT – COURT ASK FOR THE FORMAL HEARING - M ATTER REPRESENTED BY US REPRESENATION –

Outcome – Defendant (Tenant’s) Application Dismissed with Additional cost of £1100.00 to pay which is to added to the Judgement Debt.

We secured the possession order with the cost order of over £11k in favour of the landlord. The tenant never paid anything for months. Surprisingly, after receiving Enforcement Letter, the tenant approach the court that he can pay only £70.00 per month – Landlord approached to us again to defend the application – We once again represented the landlord in the court today – With our effective arguments in reference to the entire case history:-

Court decided to ‘dismiss’ the tenant’s application and also ordered tenant to pay the additional cost of £1100.00.

18 th January 2018 – RENT ARREARS – DISREPAIR ISSUES – COUNCIL INVOLVED – LANDLORD STARTED COURT CASE HIMSELF, COURT ADJOURNED THE MATTER AS DOCUMENTS WERE NOT CORRECT – WE WERE THEN INSTRUCTED FOR AMENDMENT OF DOCUMENTS AND COURT REPRESENATION –

Outcome – Tenant ordered to vacate within 14 Days

Landlord tried to evict the tenant himself. The eviction notice were served and matter taken to the court by landlord himself. At the first hearing, the tenant was represented by the council and duty solicitor. The documents were found incorrect. The court adjourned the hearing by giving directions to the landlord for the amendment of the documents. Landlord approached us to take over. We amended the whole bundle, served within the court’s guidelines/deadlines :-

We represented the landlord in the court, With our effective case management and robust advocacy, the court ordered the tenant to vacate the property within 14 days and pay all the costs.

17 th JANUARY 2018 – RENT ARREARS – DISREPAIR ISSUES NOT REPORTED – TENANT GIVING FALSE PROMISE TO MOVE OUT – – SECTION 8 NOTICE SERVED – MATTER TAKEN TO THE COURT –

Outcome – Tenant ordered to vacate within 14 Days

Tenant is in rent arrears. Despite of best efforts by landlord or agent, not payment received. Upon inspection, the landlord found huge issues in the property which were never been reported to landlord. Tenant stating since long that he will move out but he failed to keep his promise. Landlord approached us for the eviction – We served Section 8 notice and then initiated legal proceedings –– With our effective case management and robust advocacy, the court ordered the following:-

1. HAND OVER THE VACANT POSSESSION OF THE PROPERTY WITHIN 14 DAYS.
2. RELEASE OF THE DEPOSIT IN OUR CLIENT’S FAVOUR IN SETTLEMENT OF COSTS.

10 th January 2018 – INTERESTING STORY – Rent Arrears – Section 8 Notice was already served by the landlord himself – tenant stopped all the communications – Tenant Abandoned the property –landlord changed locked and put all the rubbish in skip – after few days – tenant reappeared and claimed illegal eviction – Matter taken over by us –

Outcome – Tenant ordered to vacate within 14 Days

Rent arrears and tenant stopped responding back to the landlord. Landlord based around 350 miles away from the property – upon visit to the property for the collection of the rent (face to face), the landlord found the property abandoned by the tenant. The gas leakage smell from the property. Landlord called lock smith to gain access (as tenant changed locks) and gas engineer was immediately called as gas meter was allegedly tempered and gas leakage. Loads of rubbish. Landlord called the tenant from the property, once again no response. For the safety, landlord changed the lock and cleaned the property by arranging skip. After few days, very surprisingly, the landlord received call from the council that tenant allege illegal eviction. Landlord approached us. Matter taken to the court by us (on the basis of section 8 notice which the landlord already served.:-

With our effective case management and robust advocacy, the court ordered the possession order for 14 days and pay all the costs

14TH DECEMBER 2017 – LANDLORD WANTED TO END THE TENANCY – SECTION 21 NOTICE SERVED – MATTER TAKEN TO THE COURT – TENANT PLEADED HARDSHIP – COURT ASK FOR THE FORMAL HEARING - MATTER REPRESENTED BY US

Outcome – Defendant (Tenant’s) Defence dismissed within few minutes of our pleading – Tenant order to vacate within 14 Days

Due to ongoing issues, the landlord decided to end the tenancy. Landlord approached us for the eviction – We served Section 21 notice – Tenant failed to leave despite the notice expired – with the instructions of our client, legal proceedings initiated by us – Tenant filed the defence and pleaded hardship – Court ordered the formal proceedings – with our effective case management and robust advocacy, the court dismissed the tenant’s defence and order the following:-

1. HAND OVER THE VACANT POSSESSION OF THE PROPERTY WITHIN 14 DAYS.
2. RELEASE OF THE DEPOSIT OF £1300.00 IN OUR CLIENT’S FAVOUR IN SETTLEMENT OF COSTS. (PLEASE NOTE: UNDER SECTION 21 NOTICE PROCEEDINGS, THE COURT GENERALLY DOES NOT GIVE THE ORDER FOR THE RELEASE OF THE DEPOSIT)

13th DECEMBER 2017 – LANDLORD BOUGHT PROPERTY BY HAVING TENANT SITTING IN – UPON FIRST INSPECTION IT WAS FOUND THAT LOT OF UNKNOWN PEOPLE LIVING – PRINCIPAL TENANT NOT LIVING IN HIMSELF –LANDLORD APPROACHED US FOR HELP – SECTION 8 NOTICE

Matter taken to the court by us

Matter taken to the court by us Outcome – Eviction order on first hearing – 14 Days to vacate

The landlord bought a property by having tenant sitting in. Upon first visit to the property, he found number of people living in the property. Upon enquiry, they refused to speak to the landlord. Landlord showed legal documents being a new owner. Unknown people reveal that they are paying rent to the tenant as he posed himself as an owner. Furthermore, the tenant does not live in the property himself. Within two weeks of buying a property, landlord approached us. Section 8 notice served – with our effective case management and robust advocacy, we secure Possession Order on first hearing –

TENANT is ordered to hand over the vacant possession of the property within 14 days

27 th NOVEMBER 2017 – The TENANT IN RENT ARREARS – ALL ACCESSES STOPPED – HUGE DISREPAIR APPEARED FROM OUTSIDE NEVER REPORTED – UPON VARIOUS VISITS BY THE LANDLORD THE TENANT NEVER SHOWED UP – SECTION 8 NOTICE -

Matter taken to the court by us

Outcome – Tenant Evicted on first hearing – 14 Days to vacate

The rent arrears are over two months – the landlord receiving money from the council but never received any top up payment from the tenant - garden completely messed up – tenant failed to respond to various landlord’s communications – landlord made numerous visits but no sign of the tenant – Landlord approached us for eviction – Served Section 8 notice – with our effective case management and robust advocacy, awarded possession order on the first hearing –

TENANT is ordered to hand over the possession of the property within 14 days

30th OCTOBER 2017 – LANDLORD BOUGHT THE PROPERTY BY HAVING TENANTS SITTING IN – RENT ARREARS – DISREPAIR ISSUES BUT NOT REPORTED – SECTION 8, SECTION 48 AND SECTION 21 NOTICE

Matter taken to the court by us

Outcome – Tenant Evicted – 21 Days to vacate

Landlord bought the property by having tenants sitting in. Tenants refused to pay the rent and starting complaining about the disrepair issues. Upon contact, tenants refused to give access – Advised to keep every communication in writing – served section 21 notice, section 8 notice and section 48 notice – Matter taken to the court – Tenant alleged defending the matter on disrepair grounds – hearing was listed for 10 minutes only – with our Robust advocacy and case preparation, awarded possession order on the first hearing –

T is ordered to hand over the possession of the property within 14 days under Mandatory Grounds

17th OCTOBER 2017 –– RENT ARREARS – DISREPAIR ISSUES – LANDLORD BEING HARRASSED AND THREATENED - ALL COMMUNICATIONS STOPPED BY THE TENANT – SECTION 8 NOTICE AND SECTION 21 NOTICE

Matter taken to the court by us Outcome – Tenant Evicted – 21 Days to vacate

Property managed by the estate agents – landlord not happy with their delayed communications – landlord seems paying estate agent’s commission for nothing – disrepair issues raised by the tenants – Landlord fixing those issues – Estate agents served Section 21 notice but failed to keep update the Landlord for any of the information and documentation - Landlord approached us for eviction – Advised to serve section 8 notice also – Landlord having misconception that Section 8 notice route is lengthy and costly – advised we will take care – Served section 8 notice – upon its expiry matter taken to the court on section 8 notice route and referred both the notices – Tenant came to the court and allege disrepair issues – with our robust advocacy and case preparation – the court awarded possession order on the first hearing –

T is ordered to hand over the possession of the property within 21 days under Mandatory Grounds and ordered to take the disrepair issues vis-a-vis rent arrears as separate proceedings

14TH SEPTEMBER 2017 – NO TENANCY AGREEMENT – DEPOSIT TAKEN BUT NOT PROTECTED – NO RENT ARREARS - SERVED SECTION 21 NOTICE

(Note: Many of the legal experts may not be aware, how Section 21 notice can be served in the given circumstances)

Outcome – Tenant Evicted – 14 Days to vacate

INTERESTING STORY – Estate agent stopped acting, the L not aware whether deposit is taken or not as nothing forwarded to her. T confirmed paid but not registered. We received instructions from L for possession of the property.

Served Section 21 notice - Matter taken to the court and represented by us– with the best of our court representations – we got the following orders in favour of our client (Landlord).

T is ordered to hand over the possession of the property within 14 days under Mandatory Grounds.

RECENT CONCLUDED –TENANT – EVICTION CASES DEALT BY US
[L – Landlord, T – Tenant]

9 TH AUGUST 2017 – SUBLETTING – PROPERTY DAMAGED – ORIGINAL

TENANT DISAPPEARED SECTION 8 NOTICE

Matter taken to the court by us

Outcome – Court order the possession of the property in 7 days

Property was given for one year contract in April 2017. The principal T disappeared after sub-letting the property. The deposit of £2100.00 also paid. Rent Arrears of one month. Upon the inspection of the property by the L, he found unknown people in the property. They offered to pay rent but L refused (as no credit checks). Matter taken to the court to avoid further damage or the rent arrears. First hearing – with our ROBUST LITIGATION SKILLS – On ground 10 and 11, the court ordered the following in favour of our client:

  • 1. Leave the property in 7 days.
  • 2. Release of the deposit of £2100.00 in our client's favour.
  • 3. Rent Arrears
  • 4. Costs

RECENT CONCLUDED -TENANT - EVICTION CASES DEALT BY US
[ L-Landlord, T-Tenant ]

18th JULY 2017 - TENANT FAILED TO TOP UP THE RENT ON TOP OF COUNCIL PAYMENT - RENT ARREARS OF OVER £8K – SECTION 8 NOTICE -

Matter taken to the court by us

Outcome - Tenant Evicted in the first court hearing

INTERESTING STORY - L initially took the matter to the court with the help of the Estate Agent - The matter was struck off at first hearing. All efforts and money wasted.
Then L approached us for the whole procedure. We noted – The council was paying its part of the rent, however T took the governmental system as granted - No Top UP Rent Paid by the T. T stopped access to the property for L. After five months of struggle, T let the L into the property to carry on Gas Safety Checks – Matter taken to the court and represented by us- with our ROBUST LITIGATION SKILLS -.

We got the following orders in favour of our client (Landlord)

  • Possession Order within 14 days
  • Payment of all the paid costs
  • Order for the payment of all rent arrears including daily charge
  • Release of the deposit in favour of our client

RECENT CONCLUDED -TENANT - EVICTION CASES DEALT BY US
[L - Landlord, T - Tenant]

11TH JULY 2017 - INCONSISTENCY OF RENT PAYMENT - TWO MONTHS RENT ARREARS - COUNCIL HELPED THE TENANT - SECTION 8 NOTICE -

Matter taken to the court by us

Outcome - Tenant Evicted in the first court hearing

The T was inconsistent in his rent payments. He approached Council for help. Council called our offices and asked for options. Options given - clear the rent arrears and all the costs spent so far.. T agreed payment plan. Fall in Rent Arrears immediately after three weeks. Claim filed. Council called us again for options. Options given - to find alternative accommodation for the T. First hearing – with our ROBUST LITIGATION SKILLS - T was ordered to vacate the property in 14 days.

T IS ORDERED TO HAND OVER THE VACANT POSSESSION WITHIN 14 DAYS.

5th July 2017 - COUNTY COURT JUDGEMENT (CCJ) AGAINST ESTATE AGENT

For not forwarding the rent to the landlord

Landlord and Estate Agent signed Property Management Agreement. It is agreed that the Estate Agent will forward the monthly rent to the landlord minus his commission (fair enough). Estate Agent defaulted two rental payments without giving any acceptable reason.

Matter taken to the court by us

Outcome - Got CCJ against Estate Agent and now bailiffs are going

L and Estate Agent (EA) signed Property management Agreement. The Estate agent assured the landlord that the L will get his monthly rent without any default. EA is having a big name in the managing of the property. However, after first few payments, the EA defaulted rental payment due to the L without any acceptable reason. After so many chases, strangely EA stopped communicating with L. We sent demand letter to the EA but no respond. Claim was then filed against EA. With no response, after 18 days we got CCJ.

NOW BAILIFFS WILL BE KNOCKING THE DOOR.

WAIT AND WATCH

04TH JULY 2017 - INCONSISTENCY OF RENT PAYMENT - SECTION 8 NOTICE -

Matter taken to the court by us
Outcome - Tenant Evicted in the first court hearing

T was evicted on the first hearing - with our ROBUST LITIGATION SKILLS - The Court was convinced to grant us the possession order even on a --discretionary grounds- i.e. T was only in few weeks of rent arrears (less than two months to make it mandatory ground), however, he was always inconsistent in paying his rent on its due dates -that is exactly the breach of the terms of the tenancy agreement.

T IS ORDERED TO HAND OVER THE VACANT POSSESSION WITHIN 14 DAYS.

JUNE – 2017: NO WRITTEN TENANCY AGREEMENT (VERBAL TENANCY)

All Communication Stopped by the Tenant – No access to the property for the Landlord – Tenant changed the door keys also – Tenant started damaging the property – Nuisance to the neighbours etc etc

Matter taken to the court by us

Outcome – Tenant Evicted in the first court hearing

T was recommended to L by his friend. L helped and trusted T due to his desperate condition and let his property without any written tenancy agreement. Everything agreed verbally. T started creating problems after two months into the tenancy and he refused to give any access to the property and stopped all communications. L started receiving complaints from the neighbours regarding continuance nuisances. T became nightmare tenant.

TENANT EVICTED ON FIRST HEARING

31/05/2017: TENANT MADE URGENT APPLICATION NOTICE (N244 FORM)
DESPITE OF THE COURT ORDER AND PLEADED HARDSHIP

Possession order already granted – Tenant made urgent application to the court with the help of local MP.

OUTCOME – FIRST HEARING – TENANT APPLICATION STRUCK OFF

We assisted L for getting the formal possession order from the court. T was given 14 days time to leave the property. On 13th day, T surprisingly filed an application to the court and requested stay on the possession order and enclosed local MP's letter. Matter once again represented by Garg Solicitors.

TENANT APPLICATION STRUCK OFF IN FIRST HEARING AND ORDERED TO PAY THE COSTS

10/05/2017: -VERBAL TENANCY AGREEMENT – DEPOSIT NOT REGISTERED

Tenant became nightmare tenant – No rent arrears – Landlord wanted his property back.

Matter taken to the court on the bases of Section 21 notice –
Please Note: It is despite of verbal tenancy agreement and non-protection of deposit –

OUTCOME – TENANT EVICTED ON FIRST HEARING

The landlord – tenant relation agreed verbally and purely based on trust. T soon started given troubles to the L but there were no rent arrears. Landlord contacted numerous solicitors firms and other agency but no help especially the tenant was not in writing, deposit was not protected and no rent arrears. Garg Solicitors taken over the matter.

T IS ORDERED TO HAND OVER THE VACANT POSSESSION WITHIN 14 DAYS.

PROPERTY LET TO A GIRL FRIEND – OVER £30,0000 RENT ARREARS – GIRL FRIEND CLAIMED HALF OF THE SHARE OF THE LANDLORD'S PROPERTY

Tenant became nightmare tenant – No rent arrears – Landlord wanted his property back.

Matter taken to the court – THREE HEARINGS – TENANT EVICTED – COSTS RECOVERED

L gave his property to his friend on rent. Soon both entered into relationship. Started living as partners. Friendship came to an end after two years. The rent arrears were over £30k. T refused to leave the property and claimed half of the share in the property.

TENANT EVICTED IN THREE HEARINGS.