Call our Repossession Department on 0300 303 3220 Option 2 or 01673 841314 to discuss any repossession issues you may have.
Repossession, Evictions and Rent Arrears
- Commercial Rent Arrears
- Repossession of Commercial Property via a Forfeiture of a Lease (Common Law)
- Repossession of Residential property via a High Court Writ of Possession
- Repossession of Commercial Property via a High Court Writ of Possession
- Eviction of Trespassers, Travellers, Squatters and Protesters
We provide ‘solutions’ to a number of rental / lease complications for Landlords (Commercial and Residential), as well as Landowners.
We support you throughout the process of recovering monies owed and/or the ‘Accelerated Possession Process’. Our Team will be at the end of the phone or email to resolve any issues.
Our goal is to give you peace of mind from start to finish.
We can arrange early collection of outstanding rent, at no cost to you.
Your Tenant will pay any Bailiff costs incurred. Using our specialist knowledge and expertise we will do all we can to recover what you are owed, quickly.
Landlords, Property Managing Agents, Solicitors and Surveyors can issue instructions through us, without the need of a Court Order.
We have a nationwide team of Certificated Bailiffs. Our aim is for one of our Bailiffs to be in attendance, within 48 hours of receiving your instruction.
Our commercial team will keep you informed of our progress at each juncture. Proceeds will be remitted to your nominated bank account via Bank Transfer 24hrs after receipt of cleared funds.
Forfeiture of Lease is a procedure, without the need of a Court Order.
Once instructed we will peacefully terminate the Lease on any Commercial Property.
Our Agents will attend the premises display Lease Termination notices as legally directed.
A locksmith will also be in attendance to change the locks in order to ensure the property is left locked and secure.
There are a number of ways to evict tenants these days, but most people find using a High Court route to be the fastest. Once you have applied for the section 8 or 21 we can advise you how to go from here. On being granted a Possession Order HCS may be able to attend the High Court within 24 hours and obtain a Writ of Possession. Unlike the County Court wherein this notice is served on the delinquent Tenant giving them opportunity to appeal the order and delay matters further. Our HCEA could be in attendance within 48hrs to evict anyone in the premises.
Using the High Court Procedure to obtain both a possession order, as well as being granted a money Judgment, gives the HCEA the ability to seize goods not only on the demised premises but at other locations, provided they are owned by the Tenant.
Unlike an action by a Certificated Bailiff wherein he can only seize goods or forfeit the lease, not both, the HCEA can take possession and seize all goods & chattels owned by the Tenant, irrespective of where they are.
At High Court Solutions our Enforcement Agents are empowered to evict Trespassers and Squatters from your Commercial Land or Private Property under ‘The Criminal Justice and Public Order Act 1994.’ Once instructed we can enforce an eviction notice that gives a maximum of 24 hours to vacate the property.