Sometimes in Greater London, it can be really difficult to evict a tenant and you're supposed to follow a legal process to get this done in Tower Hamlets, hence, Denbigh Franks have compiled a list of steps you can follow when evicting a tenant in UK.
Above all, the guide Denbigh Franks published herein are based on Tower Hamlets'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 Isle of Dogs and Whitechapel.
In case you in Greater London want the residence back after a fixed term ends in Isle of Dogs, provide your tenants with a Section 21 notice.
A section 8 notice is served to the tenant in Tower Hamlets when you have grounds for eviction such as violation of tenancy agreement terms, rent arrears, nuisance or damage to the Greater London property.
Notices can differ dependent upon the tenancy agreement in Isle of Dogs, which means it can be from 14 days up to 2 months.
In general, on the other hand, you will have to provide them with a two months' notice in Greater London, however there are exceptions, such as the tenant has been in the residence in Canary Wharf for under six months or in case the residence in Isle of Dogs is an HMO with no license.
If you want to make sure that the notice is delivered to the Tower Hamlets, Greater London tenant, you can consider using the Whitechapel, Canary Wharf, or Isle of Dogs professional notice server's service.
In the event that you have provided a Tower Hamlets tenant with an eviction notice and still they opt not to vacate the premises in Isle of Dogs, Whitechapel, or Canary Wharf, then you will have to head to the court and apply for a Standard Possession Order.
In Greater London's Tower Hamlets, you will part with £325.
If you would not be placing any claims for unpaid rent in Greater London's Tower Hamlets, you can also submit an application for an Accelerated Possession Order in Isle of Dogs, Canary Wharf, or Whitechapel, which costs £355 and is not only fast but can also be done without any court hearing.
You need to enter a form at Tower Hamlets, Greater London's nearest County Court.
The Greater London court will send the occupants in Isle of Dogs, Canary Wharf, or Whitechapel, a copy where a reply will be required within 14 days.
The judge can extend the period if the tenant in Tower Hamlets is in serious condition.
After taking all the above-mentioned steps, the tenants in Canary Wharf, Isle of Dogs, or Whitechapel, maintain they will not leave then you have one remaining option left: Applying for a Possession Warrant in Greater London.
In this situation, the bailiffs from Denbigh Franks will evict the tenants from your house in Isle of Dogs, Whitechapel, or Canary Wharf. That's going to cost £ 121.
In case you want to expedite the process, you can request a transfer of the case to the High Court from the County Court of Greater London and a Denbigh Franks enforcement officer will conduct the removal of the tenant.
But you can only be able to do this if you are having the claim of more than £600 including court costs in Tower Hamlets, Greater London.
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