Commercial Possession Proceedings
We deal with all types of commercial property matters, including evictions of tenants renting commercial property. Whether the commercial premises comprises of residential accommodation which the tenant occupies as their principal home or is no more than commercial premises our expert lawyers can help.
Tenants without Security
The advantage some landlords have when letting commercial premises is that a court order is not always required to obtain possession of the premises. Before granting a business tenancy for commercial premises, landlords can exclude the tenancy from certain provisions of the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954 which means the tenant is required to give up possession of the premises when the tenancy expires unless a new lease is granted by the landlord. In such case, when the fixed term comes to an end the tenant does not have the right to remain in possession of the property; if they do, we can proceed with an eviction without the need for a court order.
In the case of a breach of contract or other act or omission which provides grounds for an eviction, the landlord may seek to invoke the right of forfeiture (subject to the terms of the tenancy), this means that without the need for a court order the landlord may terminate the lease upon re-entry. It is always advisable that a enforcement officer is instructed to execute a right of forfeiture. If you require us to check whether you have such right or want to execute this right contact us by phone or e-mail.
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We lead the way with evictions, helping landlords are agents nationally with a guaranteed eviction service and free advice line. Click to read our eviction service page.
Why are you different to other firms?
We aren’t just an eviction company, we specialise in property law and our impartial advice can prove the same beyond doubt. We lead the way with evictions Nationally because of our knowledge and success in helping landlords and agents.
Can I evict the tenant if I lost my agreement?
Yes you can still evict your tenant in the absence of a written tenancy agreement, we will assess the arrangements between the parties to determine the type of tenancy in order to serve the correct notice, the tenancy will likely be the default tenancy agreement which is an Assured Shorthold Tenancy Agreement.
I live abroad, can you still handle my case?
Yes, we deal with many overseas landlords and gain possession of their property in their absence and keep them up to date through the process. We can even secure the property after the eviction.
How can you guarantee an eviction?
Our expertise and knowledge in property law allows us to guarantee landlords and agents eviction. In most cases it is a matter of legal compliance and accuracy which determines if we can guarantee if eviction. Where legal compliance has been an issue for the landlord we will advise and assist comply with relevant legislation to enable a successful eviction.