At times, evicting tenants from Cardiff may be a difficult procedure in South Glamorgan, and for you to have it done lawfully, you will need to follow these instructions by Denbigh Franks diligently.
Above all, the guide Denbigh Franks published herein are based on Cardiff's Fixed-Term Tenancies that run for a specific period, Assured Shorthold Tenancies running weekly, and Periodic Tenancies that run monthly without a specific end date in Cardiff/Caerdydd and Chatham.
After the fixed term in South Glamorgan ends, give your tenants in Chatham a Section 21 to have your property back.
In case they've broken the terms and conditions of tenancy agreement in South Glamorgan's Cardiff, you can simply send them a Section 8 notice.
As determined by the conditions in the tenancy contract in Chatham, there are variations in the notice, which may be as little as 2 weeks and as high as 60 days.
You must give a 2 months' notice in Cardiff, South Glamorgan, but there exist some exceptions (like, if the tenant in Cardiff/Caerdydd for less than 6 months has been in the premises, if the premises in Chatham is an unlicensed HMO, etc.).
It is recommendable in South Glamorgan to use a professional notice server service in Cardiff/Caerdydd, Chatham, or Merthyr Tydfil to ensure the tenant in Cardiff is served with the eviction notice.
Sometimes, some tenants won't vacate your property in Cardiff/Caerdydd, Merthyr Tydfil, or Chatham after serving them an eviction notice in Cardiff, so when dealing with such a tenant, apply for a Standard Possession Order in court.
Filing this order costs £325 in Cardiff, South Glamorgan.
You can also apply for the Accelerated Possession Order in Cardiff, South Glamorgan, at the cost of £355, as it lets you to facilitate the process without court hearing in Merthyr Tydfil, Chatham, or Cardiff/Caerdydd.
You only need to visit the Cardiff, South Glamorgan's County Court and fill a form.
As a result, the court in South Glamorgan sends a copy to the tenants in Chatham, Cardiff/Caerdydd, or Merthyr Tydfil on your behalf and the tenants need to respond to this notice within 14 days.
However, if the tenant in Cardiff is going through some difficulties, the judge has the prerogative to extend the response period.
The final step of evicting tenants is to apply to the South Glamorgan court for Warrant for possession, which is done after the first 2 steps and if tenants in Chatham, Cardiff/Caerdydd, or Merthyr Tydfil still refuses to move out.
In these scenarios, Denbigh Franks bailiffs evict the tenants from the property in Chatham, Cardiff/Caerdydd, or Merthyr Tydfil and it will cost £121.
In case you want the process to accelerate, you can ask for your case to get moved from the South Glamorgan County Court to the High Court so that a High Court officer from Denbigh Franks can take care of the eviction.
This is only possible if you ask for an amount greater than 600 pounds including the court costs in Cardiff, South Glamorgan.
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