At times, evicting tenants from Swansea may be a difficult procedure in West Glamorgan, and for you to have it done lawfully, you will need to follow these instructions by Denbigh Franks diligently.
This Denbigh Franks article mainly talks about Assured Shorthold Tenancies, both 'Regular' Tenancies (run on a weekly or monthly basis with no fixed date) and fixed-term tenancies (usually run for a given set amount of time) in West Glamorgan's Swansea/Abertawe and Llanelli.
You need to give your Swansea tenants a Section 21 notice after a fixed term ends if you want the property in Neath Abbey back.
In case a tenant in Swansea, West Glamorgan, has already broken the tenancy terms, issue him/her with a Section 8 notice.
The duration of notice can be from 2 weeks to 2 months, and it depends on the Llanelli agreement.
Nevertheless, you are normally required to issue 8 weeks' notice, however, some situations in Swansea are exempted, for instance, in Llanelli, when the tenant has occupied the premises for less than 6 months or in Swansea/Abertawe, the premises is an HMO and unlicensed.
If you in Swansea, West Glamorgan, want to make sure your tenants receive the notice, then you need to use a Professional Notice Servers service in Swansea/Abertawe, Neath Abbey, or Llanelli.
If your tenants in Neath Abbey, Llanelli, or Swansea/Abertawe do not move out of the property even after they have been served the notice, the next thing to do would be to submit an application in Swansea for a Standard Possession Order in the court.
This costs £325 in West Glamorgan's Swansea.
In Swansea, West Glamorgan, in case you're not claiming any unpaid rent in Neath Abbey, Swansea/Abertawe, or Llanelli, you can simply go for an Accelerated Possession Order that costs around £355 which will be resolved quickly because there is no court hearing involved.
You just have to fill in a form at the County Court of West Glamorgan's Swansea.
A copy of this form will be forwarded by the West Glamorgan courts to the tenants in Swansea/Abertawe, Llanelli, or Neath Abbey, who must reply under 14 days.
However, the judge in Swansea may extend this period in case the tenant is in serious problem.
The final step of evicting tenants is to apply to the West Glamorgan court for Warrant for possession, which is done after the first 2 steps and if tenants in Neath Abbey, Swansea/Abertawe, or Llanelli still refuses to move out.
In this scenario, the tenants in Swansea/Abertawe, Llanelli, or Neath Abbey, can be evacuated from your property by the bailiffs of Denbigh Franks, you would have to pay £121 for this.
To accelerate the process, you can request for the case to be transferred to the High Court from the County Court of West Glamorgan, and a Denbigh Franks enforcement officer from the High court will carry out the eviction.
This is predominant in Swansea, West Glamorgan, when your claims are more than £600 after removing the court costs.
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