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How do I report travellers?

Finding travellers on your land can be a disturbing event, and the first thing to do is to inform the local Police about them. Unauthorised traveller encampments on private property are treated differently than those on public land, so you may not find the local council as helpful as you might expect when it comes […]

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What methods do Able Investigations use to remove squatters?

Evicting squatters from commercial property is a situation that may affect many landlords who own commercial properties that are left empty due to a number of reasons such as holiday periods. Even though discovering squatters in a commercial property is often distressing, there are methods to remove them as quickly as possible. Since the Legal […]

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What is a Writ of Delivery?

Understanding the legal documentation you need to recover specific items can help speed up the recovery process, minimising the often stressful situation of court proceedings. If you are in a position where you need to repossess a financed item, or an item you own, then it is likely you will need to obtain a Writ […]

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Minimising the risk of re-entry

Whether a landlord recovers possession of commercial premises as a result of Court proceedings or by relying on powers given in the lease agreement (such as forfeiture of the lease and peaceable re-entry for rent arrears) it is important to make sure that the tenant can’t then effect further access (re-entry) to the premises. Not […]

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