Tenant Eviction in Wales Housing (Wales) Act 2014 You might think that evicting a tenant who is causing you problems should be fairly straightforward. And some would say that it is. Much is made of the three step procedure that is: serving an eviction notice; issuing proceedings for eviction and obtaining an eviction order; and…

Tenant eviction is a tricky process.  The law takes tenant’s security very seriously.  Evicting a tenant can seem like climbing a mountain.  There are a number of paths that you can take to the top of the mountain to evict your tenant. The best route to eviction depends on all the circumstances.  But be aware…

A Section 21 Notice (and consequently, the Eviction) are Suspended Until Both the Deposit is Protected and the Prescribed Information Provided to the Tenant. It has been mandatory for the landlord to protect the tenant’s deposit with one of three designated organisations  and provide “Prescribed Information”  to the tenant about how this has been done,…

Mortgage and Landlord and Tenant Evictions When the Mortgagor or Tenant Pays the Mortgagee or Landlord all  the Arrears During the Eviction Process   When arrears are paid to the mortgagee or landlord by the mortgagor or tenant to avoid an eviction before a possession order is made but after proceedings are issued, the lender…

  Squatting and Possession of a Residential Property   Section 144 of the Legal Aid, Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders Act 2012 came into force on 01.09.12.   The new offence will be committed where a person does all of the following:   Is in a residential building as a trespasser, having entered it as…

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