Sometimes, evicting a Chester tenant can be a bit challenging and complicated in Cheshire and you must follow some evicting steps from Denbigh Franks carefully to avoid finding yourself on the other side of the law.
This post deals with Cheshire Assured Shorthold Tenancies including both tenancies that are for a fixed term in Shotton, that are continue for a definite time period, and tenancies that are periodic in Heswall, that are run without any predetermined end date and can be weekly or monthly.
Notify your Cheshire tenants of Section 21 if you want the property in Shotton to be returned after a fixed term has ended.
On the other hand, if the tenant in Cheshire's Chester has breached the terms of the tenancy, serve them a Section 8 notice.
Notices can differ dependent upon the tenancy agreement in Chester, which means it can be from 14 days up to 2 months.
The eviction notice in Chester is given two (2) months prior to the eviction in Cheshire, except in cases where the Shotton tenant violated or broke the terms of the tenancy, such as when the property in Chester in question is an HMO without a license or when the Heswall tenant has been in the property for under six (6) months.
To know that the tenants in Chester, Cheshire have received the notice, you can enlist a Professional Notice Server in Shotton, Chester, or Heswall for service.
In the event that you have provided a Chester tenant with an eviction notice and still they opt not to vacate the premises in Chester, Heswall, or Shotton, then you will have to head to the court and apply for a Standard Possession Order.
You can get this in Chester, Cheshire, for just £325.
You may also submit for a Possession Order that is Accelerated in Chester, Cheshire if you do not claim any rent arrears, which costs £ 355, but it is usually faster because there is no court hearing in Chester, Heswall, or Shotton.
You need to enter a form at Chester, Cheshire's nearest County Court.
A copy will be sent to the tenants in Chester, Shotton, or Heswall through the Cheshire County Court of your area, which they have 14 days to reply.
The judge can extend the period of time in case a tenant is in a difficult situation in Chester.
If still the tenant in Shotton, Chester, or Heswall has refused to vacate your property after the court order date has expired, you will need to go to the court in Cheshire for a final time: Applying for a Warrant of Possession.
In this instance, you would pay £121 for the Denbigh Franks bailiffs to evict the tenant from Shotton, Heswall, or Chester.
So as to speed up the process, you can seek to transfer the case from the Cheshire County Court and have it in the High Court, this way a High Court enforcement officer of Denbigh Franks will ensure the tenants are evicted.
This service can only be accomplished if you are claiming over £600 involving court expenses in Chester, Cheshire.
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