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There are a variety of reasons why you may need to regain possession of a property, but do you know the legal process?
There are two main ways to recover possession of your property under the Housing Act 1988;
Once the correct notice has been given to the tenant the clock starts ticking for when they are due to leave the property. It is important to keep evidence that you provided your tenants with the notice.
Sometimes, further difficulties are encountered following this and we will consider the subsequent steps if this occurs in our next article.
If you would like our advice and assistance in undertaking the eviction process we would be happy to help. Please do not hesitate to contact the Poole Alcock litigation team on 01270 765325.
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