Sometimes, evicting a Widnes 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 guide has to do with Assured Shorthold Tenancies in Widnes, Cheshire, both 'Periodic' Tenancies (which runs weekly, monthly, with no specific end date) and fixed-term tenancies (which runs for a fixed amount of time) in Widnes, Hale Bank, and Allerton.
If you need to return your property in Widnes after the deadline, you must give your tenants in Widnes notice in accordance with Section 21.
In case your Widnes tenants violate the terms of the lease in Cheshire you need to give them Section 8 notice.
Depending on the terms of tenancy agreements, notices can have a variation of 2 weeks to 2 months in Hale Bank.
The eviction notice in Widnes is given two (2) months prior to the eviction in Cheshire, except in cases where the Allerton tenant violated or broke the terms of the tenancy, such as when the property in Widnes in question is an HMO without a license or when the Hale Bank tenant has been in the property for under six (6) months.
To make sure in Widnes that your Cheshire tenants get the notice, you can also avail the services in Widnes, Allerton, or Hale Bank of Professional Notice Servers.
If you send a warning to the tenant in Widnes, Hale Bank, or Allerton but they still don't walk out, you would have to go to court in Widnes to request for a regular possession order.
Filing this order costs £325 in Widnes, Cheshire.
In addition, you may also apply for an Accelerated Possession Order in Widnes, Hale Bank, or Allerton, in case you are not claiming any rent that hasn't been paid and the cost in Widnes, Cheshire, for this service is £355, and it is normally quicker since there isn't a court hearing.
You'll need to fill a form at Widnes, Cheshire's County Court.
A copy of this form will be forwarded by the Cheshire courts to the tenants in Widnes, Allerton, or Hale Bank, who must reply under 14 days.
That term may be prolonged by the judge in Widnes if the client is in serious difficulty.
In case the Widnes, Hale Bank, or Allerton tenants still refuse to get out, in Cheshire you can apply for a Warrant for Possession.
For a cost of £121, from your property in Widnes, Allerton, or Hale Bank, Denbigh Franks bailiffs can remove tenants.
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.
You can choose this option if you want to claim more than £600 from the tenant, and this should include Cheshire court costs in Widnes.
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