Sometimes in Worcestershire, it can be really difficult to evict a tenant and you're supposed to follow a legal process to get this done in Worcester, hence, Denbigh Franks have compiled a list of steps you can follow when evicting a tenant in UK.
This article from Denbigh Franks in Worcestershire 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 Bransford and Norton.
If you want the property in Hallo, Bransford, or Norton back after the end of a fixed term, then give the occupants in Worcester a Section 21 notice.
In case a tenant in Worcester, Worcestershire, 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 Norton agreement.
Generally, the landlords in Worcestershire are required to send a notice of at least 2 months, although there are some anomalies in Worcester, such as, if the tenant in Bransford has not resided in the property for at least 6 months, or if the property in Norton is an unlicensed HMO.
To make sure in Worcester that your Worcestershire tenants get the notice, you can also avail the services in Hallo, Norton, or Bransford of Professional Notice Servers.
Once you provide the tenant in Hallo, Bransford, or Norton with a notice and still they haven't moved out, then you will need to go to court in Worcester to act by applying for an Order of Standard Possession.
The cost of this is £325 in Worcester, Worcestershire.
Also, you should ask for an Accelerated Possession Order in Bransford, Hallo, or Norton worth 355 pounds if you do not file a complaint against unpaid rent as a Court hearing does not take place in Worcester, Worcestershire, hence it is usually quicker.
You will need to visit the County Court in Worcester, Worcestershire and fill a form.
A copy will be sent to the tenants in Hallo, Norton, or Bransford through the Worcestershire County Court of your area, which they have 14 days to reply.
The aim of the order in Worcester is to buoy the tenant in question to take the needed action of packing out.
If you have done all these and the tenants in Hallo, Norton, or Bransford are unwilling to move out, there is one last alternative: Submit an application for a Warrant for Possession to the Worcestershire courts.
In this scenario, the tenants in Hallo, Norton, or Bransford, can be evacuated from your property by the bailiffs of Denbigh Franks, you would have to pay £121 for this.
To order to speed up the procedure, you may request a transfer of the dispute from the Worcestershire County Court to the High Court, and a High Court enforcement officer from Denbigh Franks may carry out the eviction.
This is only possible if you are requesting more than £ 600 with court costs in Worcester, Worcestershire.
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