It's likely more prevalent than you might expect to find landlords in Cardiff without a tenancy contract / short-hold tenancy agreement.
Sometimes the landlords in Chatham, Merthyr Tydfil, or Cardiff/Caerdydd are unable to generate the copy of the signed contract, which generally happened due to the best intentions of landlords.
One frequent cause is when one party signs and the other is yet to sign, or where the original contract document is missing.
However, the issue in South Glamorgan is solvable with the help of the legal process if you do not possess a contract of tenancy and want to evict the tenants in Cardiff who are becoming annoyance for you.
You may not have the tenancy agreement, but in Cardiff you can find a legal solution with Denbigh Franks, so, you won't find illegal ways or take any unlawful actions.
Qualified professionals such as Denbigh Franks can handle tenant evictions when there is no tenancy accord in Merthyr Tydfil, Chatham, or Cardiff/Caerdydd and this doesn't have an effect in the service's efficiency.
Our eviction team in Cardiff can help you quickly evict a tenant without a tenancy agreement.
First, try to speak with the tenant.
Point out the seriousness of the matter and, in case they don't leave the property in Cardiff in a definite number of days, then it is possible to start a formal eviction procedure.
In some cases, this can be an efficient way to solve the problems so before going through formal channel try this first.
But if the tenant in Chatham, Merthyr Tydfil, or Cardiff/Caerdydd is still avoiding you and presenting excuses then you should start the legal process without any further delay.
At this stage, you should make contact with Denbigh Franks and we will give a fixed-fee for eviction services in Cardiff.
The process of eviction in Cardiff can be handled by Denbigh Franks for you if your tenants in South Glamorgan are uncooperative as some landlords do not wish to deal with the problems on a one-to-one basis.
We often receives a number of questions from Cardiff landlords that want to evict the tenants without a tenancy agreement, and the answer mainly Yes.
This may be because the tenant in Cardiff/Caerdydd, Merthyr Tydfil, or Chatham has failed to pay their rent or has destroyed the Cardiff property.
You may find out that maybe the living arrangements were informal and no tenancy agreement was put in place in Cardiff, a good example if the tenant was previously a friend or partner to the landlord.
In case you don't have an agreement in South Glamorgan, you don't need to worry about it as a tenancy accord exists just by the residence being rented out.
This may be as simple as a verbal agreement.
It means there are legal alternatives in Cardiff even with no written contract.
Denbigh Franks will help you as landlords in evicting the tenants in Cardiff/Caerdydd, Merthyr Tydfil, or Chatham without the lease.
The first thing you will be asked by Denbigh Franks is - was there a signed lease at the beginning of the tenancy?
It is essential in Cardiff to know whether an old contract/lease was signed or if there was no formal agreement ever in place.
The lease or tenancy agreement exists in Cardiff in South Glamorgan every time either it is verbal or in writing.
Thus, whether there was no tenancy agreement and nothing to present or you lost your copy while the tenant in Cardiff still has a copy, the problem is never out of control.
In this scenario, the landlord tries to evict a tenant in Cardiff/Caerdydd, Merthyr Tydfil, or Chatham in the absence of a lease or tenancy contract and an agreement was not signed previously then as far as payment has been paid for the Cardiff rental property, this is enough to prove that a tenancy was created, and terminating the tenancy is done with the same stipulations that guide tenancy terminations in South Glamorgan which have a lease or binding agreement.
In case the landlord in Cardiff initially had a tenancy accord, which has now come to an end, the tenancy agreement will still exist, and the clauses will still be the same, unless otherwise agreed, but on the other hand, the tenancy period will now be considered a periodic tenancy which will be automatically renewed according to the payment regularity.
The Notice of asking for Possession is a legal process covered by Section 8 of the 1988 Housing Act.
This is a legal notice given to any Cardiff tenant that is owing more than two months' rent.
Denbigh Franks can advise you regarding what to do if you are considering serving Notice of Seeking Possession.
While the landlord in Cardiff, South Glamorgan may have a shot at getting a favourable judgment in the absence of a written agreement, ensure that you have a legitimate and reasonable ground for pursuing eviction.
No tenant in Cardiff/Caerdydd, Chatham, or Merthyr Tydfil will be happy to receive an eviction notice and can often find reasons why they believe the eviction is not fair, or there is something wrong with the property in Cardiff.
Some tenants in Cardiff will still not vacate the property, even after a South Glamorgan court order, but we will use bailiffs in this case.
Denbigh Franks's team can aid in helping with your problems and getting your property in Cardiff back efficiently.
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