Residential Tenant Evictions London
Professional certified Bailiffs providing leading enforcement services in London and the South East.
Residential Tenant Evictions
Being a landlord can be tough at times, and we understand that. Hopefully you don't have to go through the tenant eviction often, but it's likely, as a residential landlord, that at some point you will need to go through the tenant eviction process and we do our best to ensure it's as painless as it can be.
In order to evict your tenant, there is a legal procedure you will need to follow to take possession of your property.
Once your Possession Order is obtained, you will need help transferring it to the High Court for enforcement purposes before obtaining a High Court Writ of Possession and evicting your tenant.
Fast, Effective Evictions
You will need to get permission to enforce your Possession Order in the High Court, then immediate action can be taken for fast and effective eviction of your tenants.
High Court Bailiffs
High Court Enforcement Officers are able to enforce High Court Writs of Possession.
Money Recovered Too!
We can recovered monies owed to you too, providing this is added to your Court Order when making an application.
Professional Residential Tenant Eviction Bailiffs
With years of experience evicting residential tenants, our private tenant eviction bailiffs follow the professional legal processes to ensure successful eviction of your tenant.
Once you have a possession order, you can make an application to transfer it to the High Court for enforcement purposes. Your tenant will be made aware of this request to transfer it to the High Court, giving them the opportunity to move out.
Once permission is granted, you will need help transferring it to the High Court and to obtain a High Court Writ of Possession, which can be enforced to evict your tenant from your property.
Once you have obtained a Possession Order, you transfer it to the High Court for enforcement, which usually takes around 2 weeks, but that depends on how busy the issuing court is.
We are Here to Help You
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.