Notice To Quit

Stage 1 - Giving Your Tenant A Notice To Quit

To get your property back from your tenant the very first thing you will need to do is to serve your tenant with a valid and legal notice to quit.

When your tenant receives this they will know that you are looking to get possession of your property and would like them to leave by the date set on the notice.

If you have’nt given your tenant a notice to quit then do it now.  Don’t risk the chance of losing more money by wasting time.

The longer you delay this part of the process the longer your tenant will stay in your property.

We have found that receiving a notice to quit is the only warning a tenant needs.

  • 90% of tenant's either pay up or leave

  • Only £97 fixed fee service

  • Qualified and experieced tenant eviction solicitors

  • Reduce the risk of making mistakes

  • You don't need any knowledge of the tenant eviction process

  • No need to make an appointment or visit us at the office

  • Specialist team of tenant eviction solicitors

  • Free help and guidance