In order to legally evict a tenant you must follow strict procedure. If you do not follow the procedure carefully you could be accused of harassing your tenants. There are several legitimate reasons for evicting a tenant but it is required that you prove these reasons, some examples include;
The procedure for evicting a tenant can be very lengthy and requires extreme attention to detail; if procedure is not followed properly the tenant could accuse you of illegally evicting them. There are several steps that need to be taken including issuing a written notice to the tenant(s), applying to court for a possession order and knowing which type of notice to issue in accordance to the type of tenancy your tenant has.
If you wish to evict your tenant we advise you get in touch with a member of the Duncan Lewis Housing team who can offer you the best legal advice and can assist you along the way. We regularly assist landlords in the eviction process and ensure that all the steps are taken correctly and legally.pIf you are a landlord who wishes to evict a tenant and require legal advice and assistance, do not hesitate to contact one of our specialist Eviction lawyers in our Duncan Lewis Housing solicitors department as soon as possible on 033 3772 0409.