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Regency Law can advise landlords in obtaining a section 8 notice.
A section 8 notice is different from the more common section 21 eviction notice in that it is served on the tenant by a landlord wishing to regain possession of a property during the fixed term of an Assured Shorthold Tenancy (AST). A section 8 notice can be obtained by Regency Law on behalf of the landlord. A section 8 notice can only be issued to a tenant who has breached the terms laid out in the tenancy agreement and if certain conditions have been met, the most common being one involving rent arrears. It will warn the tenants to pay any outstanding rent arrears or to leave the property and it may be just what they need to realise the severity of the situation.
If the notice to vacate is unsuccessful Regency Law can guide you through the eviction process. As a company, Regency Law do not call or purport to be solicitors therefore we do not need to be regulated by the law society. Your claim in court for evicting a tenant when necessary, will be conducted by a practicing Solicitor or Barrister.
Contact us today to start your claim in court and remove your unwanted tenants.