Section 8 Notice


Legal Services

A Section 8 Notice is essential if you wish to evict the tenant because they have failed to pay the rent or the tenant has breached another condition of the tenancy or is causing a nuisance; a section 8 notice will usually give the tenant 14 days to comply. The Landlord Group has a dedicated eviction team on hand to help ease the stress of a nuisance tenant.

Section 8 Notice

– £79 inc VAT

Instruct Us

An assured shorthold tenancy cannot be brought to an end by a landlord, other than by obtaining a court order or if the tenant voluntarily vacates the property and returns the keys. Unfortunately most tenants who owe a landlord rent are seldom to vacate a property voluntarily. A notice from The Landlord Group is usually all it takes to either secure possession of your property or to secure the payment of the rent arrears.

Court Order For Possession

In those situations when a tenant, upon receiving a Section 8 Notice from us, refuses to leave or settle their arrears, a landlord will require a court order for possession. It is at this stage that attention to detail is paramount. Your notices must be accurate and conform to all current legislation. Our expert team has years of experience in drafting and serving notices, and our procedures have been tried and tested in every court in England and Wales. Don't take any chances with your notices, let The Landlord Group help.

Your Next Steps

1

Section 8 Notice

Fill out our Instruct Us Form for residential tenant evictions, and we can get started on your notice.

Instruct Us

2

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