Sometimes, it may be cumbersome to successfully evict a tenant, and if you want to evict a tenant legally in Bracknell, Berkshire, you may be required to do it according to steps from Denbigh Franks.
This guide by Denbigh Franks discusses Tenancies in Bracknell that are Assured Shorthold, both Bracknell and Warfield tenancies that are fixed-term and Tenancies that are 'Periodic'.
Notify your Berkshire tenants of Section 21 if you want the property in Warfield to be returned after a fixed term has ended.
Also, in case they have broken the terms of the tenancy in Berkshire's Bracknell, you can also provide them with a Section 8 notice.
The legal eviction notice is between 2 weeks to 2 months depending on tenancy agreement terms in Crowthorne.
In general, though, a 2-month notice in Berkshire is ideal, but here are some exceptions to this rule though, such as if the tenant in Crowthorne has been using the property for less than six months, if the property in Warfield is a license-less HMO.
You can use a Berkshire professional notice server service in Bracknell to ensure your tenants receive the notice on time in Warfield, Bracknell, or Crowthorne.
If your tenants in Crowthorne, Warfield, or Bracknell do not move out of the property even after they have been served the notice, the next thing to do would be to submit an application in Bracknell for a Standard Possession Order in the court.
In Bracknell, Berkshire, this would cost you £325.
In case you are not clamming any rent arrears in Bracknell, Berkshire from the tenant, you can apply for an Accelerated Possession Order costing £355 in Warfield, Bracknell, or Crowthorne, and its quicker because it doesn't involve a court hearing.
To apply for this order, you will need to fill a form at the County Court of Berkshire's Bracknell.
As a result, the court in Berkshire sends a copy to the tenants in Crowthorne, Bracknell, or Warfield on your behalf and the tenants need to respond to this notice within 14 days.
However, if the tenant in Bracknell is going through some difficulties, the judge has the prerogative to extend the response period.
After taking all the above-mentioned steps, the tenants in Warfield, Bracknell, or Crowthorne, maintain they will not leave then you have one remaining option left: Applying for a Possession Warrant in Berkshire.
In this scenario, the tenants in Bracknell, Warfield, or Crowthorne, can be evacuated from your property by the bailiffs of Denbigh Franks, you would have to pay £121 for this.
It is important to point out that you may want to facilitate the process by asking for a transfer of the warrant from the Berkshire County Court to the High Court, and a Denbigh Franks High Court Enforcement Officer can conduct the eviction.
This is only possible if you ask for an amount greater than 600 pounds including the court costs in Bracknell, Berkshire.
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