7 Day Express Tenant Eviction Service

Head of the Property Department and Partner, Raminder Singh Uberoi, has over 10 years experience in a wide range of property matters, including Landlord and Tenant. Our Express Tenant Eviction Service Lawyers understand the numerous problems you may face as a landlord and our combination of legal expertise and commercial acumen ensure that your eviction orders are dealt with speedily and effectively. Starck Uberoi’s Tenant Evictions Service Team will see your case through to completion.

Read our latest update on How to evict a tenant under section 8 of the Housing Act 1988 pursuant to your tenant accumulating rent arrears. This Article includes up to date information on ;

The recent changes in tenant eviction procedures following the Coronavirus Act 2020.

Detailed summary of the section 8 procedure, including what happens in Court and tips on how to challenge your Tenant’s defence.

How to recover your rent arrears including obtaining a CCJ and enforcing a money order.


Why Use our tenant eviction service?

Unlike some of our unregulated tenant eviction company competitors, we are Solicitors regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) with adequate insurance and complaint procedures to protect all our clients.  You will receive the best service when instructing us to take over the hassle of evicting your tenants as we have dealt with hundreds of evictions over the years. Our team is very friendly and approachable. Even in circumstances where you have inadvertently not registered the tenant’s rent deposit or not done so within 30 days, our solicitors can still help you. Whatever reason you have to evict your troublesome tenants, we take over the stress of dealing with them and ensure you are able to evict  them in the most time efficient and cost-effective way possible.

Our guaranteed 7 day Express Eviction Service overcomes the lengthy and frustrating process of waiting typically 6-8 weeks for an appointment with the court bailiffs. Our highly experienced lawyers will provide you with simple yet comprehensive advice, prioritise your order for possession and ensure that your case is processed lawfully and promptly.

How the Speedly Eviction Process Work:

  • Serve the Legal Notice to the High Court – This is a compulsory step a landlord must take in order to initiate the speedy eviction process.

  • Contact Bailiffs – Our Landlord and Tenant specialists understand that time is of the essence. Once the notice has been served we will promptly contact the private bailiffs as soon as the possession order has been granted by the court.

  • Obtain Possession of Your Property – A member of our team will be on hand on the day of the eviction to see through the smooth completion of the process.

We ensure that all the relevant paperwork is accurately completed, whilst also drafting and serving the required legal documentation. Our special relationship with the courts ensures the possession order is transferred to the High Court as quickly as possible.

We have a 100% success rate in returning landlords’ property back to them within 7 days once a possession order has been granted.

From the beginning of the process our Express Evictions solicitors will offer you::

  • Accessible, simple advice.

  • Full explanation of the likely costs at the outset.

  • An understanding of your requirements and focus on your needs

  • Confidence that your property will be lawfully returned to you within 7 days

Please note that removing tenants without any formal, written notice or by not following the correct legal procedure is a serious offence under the Protection from Eviction Act 1977.

Whether your problem is nuisance tenants or unlawful persons in your property, please call to book a free consultation with our Express Tenant Eviction Solicitors on 0208 840 6640 or alternatively email us at solicitor@starckuberoi.co.uk

Other Areas in Which We Can Help:

  • Missing or no tenancy agreement

  • Non-payment of rent

  • Commercial Conveyancing

  • Deposit not protected under the government’s Tenancy Deposit Scheme (TDS)

  • Prescribed information regarding the TDS (under section 213 of the Housing Act 2004) not served to the tenant

  • Claims against a landlord for disrepair and personal injury

  • Claims against freeholders for unfair and disproportionate service charges

Our team of specialist solicitors and lawyers will deal with all legal aspects of your landlord and tenant issues. For enquiries please get in touch with our Litigation department on 0208840 6640 or email us at solicitor@starckuberoi.co.uk.