NALP's CEO Amanda Hamilton discusses the procedure to evict a tenant from your property
"There are two routes; either by serving a Section 21 Notice of Possession or a Section 8 Eviction Notice under the Housing Act 1988. A Section 21 allows a landlord to take back the property at the end of a fixed-term tenancy agreement or if there is a break clause. In this instance the landlord does not have to provide any reason to claim possession.
Alternatively, a Section 8 Eviction Notice comes into play when there are grounds for eviction if the tenant hasn’t paid the rent, is being a nuisance to neighbours or has damaged the property. Both notices produce the same outcome – you get your property back."
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