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Evicting A Tenant In Kent, Kent, Made Simple With Denbigh Franks

Sometimes evicting a rented property can be a complex process, and if you want to do it legally in Kent, Kent, Denbigh Franks have mentioned some steps below to follow carefully.

This article from Denbigh Franks in Kent is a guide for Assured Shorthold Tenancies including the directions for 'Periodic' Tenancies (run weekly or monthly without any fixed end-date) or 'Fixed-term' Tenancies (run for a specific time) in Maidstone and Chatham.

Step 1: Serve Kent Eviction Notice In Kent

If you need to return your property in Kent after the deadline, you must give your tenants in Gillingham notice in accordance with Section 21.

In case they've broken the terms and conditions of tenancy agreement in Kent's Kent, you can simply send them a Section 8 notice.

Depending on the tenancy agreement terms in Gillingham, notices can be issued from two weeks to two months.

However, generally, it is advisable in Kent, Kent to give your tenants a two months eviction notice, but there are exceptions, for example, in Gillingham, in the event that the tenant has stayed in the property for less than six months, or in Maidstone, if the premise is an HMO without a license.

In Kent's Kent, to ensure that your tenants receive the notice in Gillingham, Maidstone, or Chatham, you can make use of the Professional Notice Servers.

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Step 2: Get A Possession Order From Denbigh Franks In Kent's Kent

If the tenants in Maidstone, Chatham, or Gillingham, do not move out despite issuance of a notice of eviction, you will have to ask for a Standard Possession Order from the Kent court.

The cost of it in Kent's Kent will be £325.

If you want to move the process quicker in Maidstone, Gillingham, or Chatham, you can apply for Accelerated Possession Order in Kent, Kent, especially if you have no unpaid rent (it costs £325) to claim.

You will need to visit the County Court in Kent, Kent and fill a form.

The Kent court will then send a copy to the tenants in Gillingham, Maidstone, or Chatham, who will have to respond within 14 days.

However, the judge in Kent may extend this period in case the tenant is in serious problem.

Step 3: Application For A Warrant For Possession In Kent, Kent, With Denbigh Franks's Advice

In case your tenant in Maidstone, Chatham, or Gillingham declines to move out after following the two steps above, you have one last option which is applying for a Warrant for Possession in the Kent court.

Here, the tenants in Gillingham, Maidstone, or Chatham can be removed at a cost of £121 by Denbigh Franks.

You can ask your case to be transferred from the Kent County Court to the High Court to speed up the process, and a Denbigh Franks High Court enforcement officer will help you carry out the eviction.

You can only do this if you demand more than £ 600, plus Kent court costs in Kent.

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