Are you a landlord in the UK? If so, you may be wondering what your legal rights and responsibilities are. We specialise in landlord-tenant law and can offer advice on everything from tenancy agreements to evicting problem tenants.
It is important to understand your legal rights if you have problematic tenants. If a tenant does not pay their rent or causes damage to your property for instance, it could be possible to evict them. However, in order to do this, you must adhere to the correct legal procedures.
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A tenancy agreement uk is a contract between a tenant and a landlord that sets out the terms of the tenancy. This can include the rent, how long the tenancy will last, what the tenant is responsible for, and other important details.
If a tenant has not paid their rent or has damaged your property you may need to evict them. It is more difficult to prove but you can evict a renter if they've broken the terms of their lease in another way.
You may issue a 'notice to quit' to your renter if they haven't paid their rent. It is a formal notice stating that they have a specific amount of time, typically 14 days, to vacate your property. In that case, you might ask the court for a 'order for possession' if they refuse to leave.