Creditor landlords often breathe a sigh of relief once they have received a County Court Judgment (CCJ) with absolute confirmation that the debt is owed to them by their former tenants (debtors). But is it all over?
Read a recent case study of a successful property possession for one of Woodstock Legal Services clients. Find out how the landlord was able recoup arrears and regain the property without the need for a separate claim for a money judgement.
High Court Enforcement (HCE) is the preferred method of enforcement used upon obtaining a Writ of Control from the Court.
Many of us are familiar with this type of Enforcement through the TV series ‘Can’t pay, we’ll take it away’. This article dispels the myths about HCE.
A surrender is an agreement between the landlord and tenant (and possibly also a guarantor) to bring the tenancy to an end. But what happens when a tenant refuses to vacate after agreeing a surrender? Woodstock Legal Services explain.
Unlike England, if you are a landlord of a residential tenancy in Wales you must have an appointed licensed agent to be able to serve notice to terminate a tenancy. In this article we look at a landlord who did not obtain a licence and what happened when their tenants fell into arrears.
Pets in Lets is a big topic for the industry at the minute, with the proposals in the white paper “A Fairer Private Rented Sector”. We look at what is going to help landlords and how this can be positive for them.
How can a landlord ensure they have no problems regaining possession of their property when the time arises? Woodstock Legal Services explain.
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