At County Enforcement, we have had years of experience dealing with both commercial and residential possession orders for landlords Kent. Our service is dedicated to making sure that the best possible outcome is achieved for landlords. Likewise, if you are a letting agent dealing with a problematic tenant, our service can deal with the matter completely, making sure that minimal inconvenience is created.
It can be a stressful and time-consuming process to evict tenants for both accidental and professional landlords. We found it is common that tenants will inaccurately present you as a bad landlord. Working with us can be a great way to calm and mitigate situations throughout the entire process. By using our possession orders for landlords Kent, arguments between you and your tenant will be minimal and held in a professional manner.
Planned investments or current mortgages can be under threat if your tenant is not paying their bills. Not only this, but there is also the stress of uncertainty as to what could happen in the future if your investments don’t go to plan.
When you apply for possession orders for landlords Kent with us, you get access to our specialist solicitors and court certified legal professionals. Our possession orders for landlords Kent and eviction professionals will help you to manage the process either partly or completely. This means that all stages including arrears recovery and enforcement of judgment will be taken care of. Our fully trained professionals will happily represent you in court in order for you to regain possession of your property.
Many different statutory instruments have been put into place since the start of covid-19 in order to protect tenants. In the midst of laws changing throughout the pandemic, landlords have unfortunately been given the short straw, making the process of evicting tenants & getting possession orders for landlords Kent even harder for landlords.
Our possession orders for landlords Kent service is fully updated with the most recent laws and receives training to maintain a strong knowledge base in this sector. If your case is complicated, you can be assured that our advice will be executed thoroughly to give you the best chances of success.
By applying for outright possession orders for landlords Kent, you will set a date for your tenant to leave. Typically, landlords will set this date as 2 weeks after the order is made. The majority of private landlords will use the option to make a section 21 eviction, meaning that the court must make outright possession orders for landlords if the notice is valid. Another reason that the court could make an outright order is if there are legal reasons, such as antisocial behaviour.
On the other hand, a suspended order allows the tenant to stay in their home as long as the tenant keeps to certain conditions. These conditions could be anything from not causing further damage to a house or paying off rent in instalments.