The common law remedy of distraint was abolished on 6 April 2014, when the commercial rent arrears recovery procedure is brought into effect. From 6 April 2014, landlords must to follow Read more →
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Do you have rent arrears?
We can help beat off, or at least delay your landlord
If you have fallen into arrears with your rent, the landlord serve a notice and then take you to Court to get you out.
There is often a way you can stay rent free, and even profitably.
If it is your home, the landlord is obliged to place the deposit for rent and dilapidations you have paid into a government scheme. Many egged on by dodgy estate agents do not do so.
This is your way out.
If you have received a notice, eviction or possession proceedings, contact the experts. We may be able to turn things around, and we will certainly fight your corner.
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Estate agents and developers will offer you a virtual freehold. Take care.
There is no such thing as virtual freehold. When a block of flats is developed each flat’s ownership should be sold/split as a new long lease, The freehold reversion should either be:
a. retained by existing owner; or
b. transferred to a newly-created company (limited by guarantee) of which each flat’s leaseholder should be a member.
So be careful of falling for the sales patter ‘ virtual freehold’ when it is not even exist.
Call or e-mail the experts for a free opinion.
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