how to evict a tenant in england and wales

Are we now seeing the justice system catching up

Are we now seeing the justice system catching up with some of the behaviours currently happening in the world of property rent? I recently read an article about a rogue landlord who flaunted the planning law and despite having consent to convert his semi-detached house to...

broken egg

Why is this acceptable?

We get calls every day about evicting a tenant. In addition to those phone calls the next most common are about chasing a tenant either for arrears or for stolen property. It amazes me how tenants think it is fair game to take a landlord’s...

green tax

Axe the tax has failed so far

I have been watching the attempt of landlords Steve Bolton and Chris Cooper to seek a Judicial Review of legislation reducing the mortgage interest tax relief for landlords It saddens and outrages me to find out that the review has failed. The landlords were represented by law...

rogue landlords to be hunted

The voice of a landlord

I wanted to share with you the insights of a landlord that I know, I would love to hear your comments on his thoughts. He is a small landlord who got into property to boost his pension. I've been steadily losing cash every year since I...

ignoring the deposit scheme

Will low fines really deter landlords from breaking the law

I read a couple of weeks ago that a landlords had been fined £440 for changing the locks on his rental property. Now I am not condoning this form of illegal tenant eviction but it does not really motivate the average landlord to follow the...

too many tenant removals

Private renters are suffering at the hands of landlords

I recently read a report from Shelter who are claiming that private renters are suffering from law breaking landlords, they claim 12% of renters are actually suffering due to landlords breaking the law. Top of the suffering list is non-repayment of deposits. Interestingly landlords number...

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NLA confirm local authorities are perverting the course of justice

I read with interest that the The National Landlords Association (NLA)  are also now claiming something that many landlords have known for a while, that local authorities are knowing perverting the course of justice. The NLA have carried out some research and found out that...

airbnb subletting

Are landlords moving to Airbnb

We discussed this topic a few months ago on social media following an increase in requests for us to help landlords remove tenants, to allow them to list their properties on Airbnb. It seems that here at Evict My Tenant Limited are not the only...

subletting by tenants

More tenants are subletting without consent

More tenants are subletting without consent We have discussed the topic of subletting before and some of the potential issues. However, it seems from some research around a third of private rented sector tenants in the UK claim to be currently subletting without the landlord’s...

dirty kitchen

Landlords fined but is it enough to deter others

A pair of landlords in Hounslow are fined over £10k for letting 10 people live together in squalid conditions Once again rogue landlords have hit the media with their actions. A pair of Hounslow landlords have been prosecuted for providing poor housing conditions and running...