Friday, 19 April 2013

When Can a Landlord Rightfully Evict Someone?

Illegal eviction is an issue that is taken very seriously by the courts. 

Tenants have many rights when it comes to periods of notice to quit a property, and landlords must obey these rights. 

Any tenant that is being harassed or threatened with illegal eviction will be able to pursue the matter through the court system, and there can be severe consequences for the landlord.

What is Illegal Eviction? Illegal eviction is a criminal offence under the Protection from Eviction Act 1977. There are only a very few circumstances where a landlord can evict a tenant without giving notice or obtaining a court order.

It will be deemed illegal eviction if a landlord evicts a tenant without giving notice, usually one to two months notice. It will also be illegal eviction if a landlord evicts without a court order and harasses a tenant that he or she is trying to evict.

Take a look at this site, very useful information to have and see what LEGAL eviction entails.

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