Evicting a Bristol tenant in Bristol, UK can be complicated, but there are steps from Denbigh Franks to follow if you want to do that legally.
This post from Denbigh Franks is concerned with Bristol's Assured Shorthold Tenancies which include fixed term tenancies (they run for a certain period of time) in Arno's Vale and periodic tenancies (run monthly or weekly without fixed end date) in Barton Hill.
Upon the completion of a fixed term in Arno's Vale, if you would like to have your property back, send a Section 21 notice to your tenant in Bristol.
In case they've broken the terms and conditions of tenancy agreement in Bristol's Bristol, you can simply send them a Section 8 notice.
Depending on the terms of tenancy agreements, notices can have a variation of 2 weeks to 2 months in Barton Hill.
Nevertheless, in Bristol's Bristol, you will need to issue an eviction notice two months before but some situations in Arno's Vale, Barton Hill or Canon's Marsh are exempted, for example, in case your property is an HMO and does not have a license or if a tenant has been living in your property for less than six months.
A professional notice server in Bristol, Bristol can be used to make certain your tenants in Barton Hill, Arno's Vale, or Canon's Marsh are provided with the notice.
If your Bristol tenant doesn't move out by the date specified on eviction notice, you can apply for a Standard Possession Order at the County Court of Canon's Marsh, Barton Hill, or Arno's Vale where your property is located.
In Bristol, Bristol, this would cost you £325.
If you want to move the process quicker in Barton Hill, Arno's Vale, or Canon's Marsh, you can apply for Accelerated Possession Order in Bristol, Bristol, especially if you have no unpaid rent (it costs £325) to claim.
You only need to visit the Bristol, Bristol's County Court and fill a form.
In Canon's Marsh, Arno's Vale, or Barton Hill, the tenants will then receive a copy from court in Bristol and tenants will have to reply it within 14 days.
But if the tenant is in some serious trouble the Bristol judge can extend this period.
After going through the above two steps, if the tenant in Barton Hill, Arno's Vale, or Canon's Marsh refuses to evacuate, you can apply for a Warrant for Possession in the Bristol court as the last step.
Here, the tenants in Arno's Vale, Barton Hill, or Canon's Marsh can be removed at a cost of £121 by Denbigh Franks.
In case you want the process to accelerate, you can ask for your case to get moved from the Bristol County Court to the High Court so that a High Court officer from Denbigh Franks can take care of the eviction.
The applicants in Bristol are allowed to use this facility if the claimed amount is more than £600 in Bristol.
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