Commercial Rent Arrears Recovery
Professional certificated Bailiffs providing leading enforcement services in London and the South East.
Commercial Rent Arrears Recovery
Our enforcement team at South East Enforcement have years of experience in recovering commercial rent arrears from commercial tenants, as we enforce following the processes set out in 'The Taking Control of Goods Regulations 2013'.
We will act to recover commercial rent arrears for you, as soon as we are instructed by you to ensure your rent is collected as quickly as possible.
Suppose you are a commercial landlord with tenants who have not paid rent or you’re an investor of a residential property with tenants who owe rent arrears. In that case, it is essential to know that enforcement services are available to help. Recovering rent arrears from a commercial tenant can be challenging, but getting legal advice early on can greatly improve your chances of a successful outcome. At South East Enforcement, our experienced and certified enforcement agents will provide you with commercial rent recovery services. We are also aware that the future relationship between landlord and tenant needs to be protected and never jeopardised through unprofessional third party behaviour. We ensure our enforcement services will follow a process and procedure that is simple yet very effective in the delivery of Commercial Arrears Rent Recovery (CRAR). If your commercial tenant has fallen into arrears, our bailiffs can help you with commercial rent arrears recovery and support you throughout the process.
Fast & Effective
Our team will send out a Notice of Enforcement as soon as possible.
Our enforcement team pride themselves on delivering a quality, professional enforcement service.
As experts in CRAR, we will aim to recover your money as quickly as possible and pay it to you within 48hrs of the money clearing in our account.
Professional CRAR Bailiffs
With years of experience enforcing commercial rent arrears recovery, our private bailiffs follow the professional legal processes to ensure successful enforcement.
- The lease must be for commercial premises and nothing else.
- Only rent (and interest and VAT on the rent) can be recovered and nothing else.
- You must be able to evidence that the commercial lease exists and is still valid.
Firstly, we must serve a Notice of Enforcement on the tenant giving them 7 clear days (not including Sundays or Bank Holidays) before making the first attendance. This is a legal requirement now.
If your tenant has agreed to a payment arrangement and fails to pay it, our bailiffs will return to the property and remove goods for sale, under the control of goods agreement.
Commercial Rent Arrears Recovery (CRAR) is a statutory procedure that allows landlords of commercial premises to recover rent arrears by taking control of the tenant's goods and selling them.
Our enforcement team at South East Enforcement has years of experience recovering commercial rent arrears from commercial tenants, as we enforce following the processes set out in 'The Taking Control of Goods Regulations 2013'. We will act to recover commercial rent arrears for you as soon as you instruct us to ensure your rent is collected as quickly as possible.
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If you're not sure of the best method of enforcement, give us a call and we will discuss your options and explain the processes involved.
Talk to a Bailiff
If you'd like to discuss your requirements first, give us a call and speak with one of our Bailiffs.
Let us explain the process!
Contact us and we will discuss the tenant eviction process with you and assist you with the process.