You’ve been owed money for months, and you’re finally at the end of your rope. The debtor has become untraceable, and you don’t know what to do.
An unconsidered choice may lead to delays, during which your situation may take an unexpected turn, leading to further expense.
Have you ever found yourself locked in a heated dispute with one of your tenants? Unfortunately, problem tenants can be the worst nightmare for landlords. Some of the problems you are likely to have with unruly tenants revolve around cleanliness, rent arrears, breakages, pets, subletting, property damage, etc. And when push comes to shove, you […]
There are two types of notices: a formal law notice and a writ of possession. This blog post will discuss the difference between these two types of notices and help you determine which one is best applicable to your situation.
Having a residential property is one thing, finding the right tenants is another altogether. As a landlord, you must have given a thought to how to choose the best tenant for your rental property. While the thought of earning a rental income from your property is an enticing one, some tenants have the potential to make […]
Nearly one in five households in England live in the private rented sector, with 17% of the total living in the social rented sector. Only 65% of people in the UK housing market own and occupy their homes. That’s a staggering number of people renting their homes from others, whether they are private landlords or part of […]
Serving a legal document is the fundamental outset of filing a claim against someone. To ensure that the procedure runs smoothly and legally, it is vital to serve the documents in the correct way. You must take care to guarantee that this step is performed at the right time, in the right place, and involving […]
When you own land that is undeveloped such as fields and roadside areas, one of the problems you can face is when travellers make use of this land to camp without authorisation. This unauthorised use can cause a lot of damage to the land with the animals, vehicles and people involved. So how can landowners […]
In spite of the uncertain future of covid-related legislation, 2022 will certainly bring major legal changes to the private rented sector in England and Wales. So we ask, will the government scrap Section 21 this year, and what could this mean?
Evicting tenants through the official legal procedure inevitably takes some money and research. Regretfully, for many landlords, court time and fees are necessary. But what are those court costs likely to amount to? And who is responsible for paying the legal fees for evictions?