Welcome to Turner and Howard, experts in eviction services
With over 30 years experience in tenant eviction and a 100% success rate, our team of housing legislation experts have assisted landlords from both the social and private rented sectors.
Under the Housing Act 1988, there are certain rules landlords must adhere to in order to legally evict a tenant. A landlord’s failure to comply with the law can cause problems and add more burden and cost to the process than is necessary.
Experts in Eviction
As experts in the field of residential evictions and repossessions with extensive experience in this complex area of law, we have saved landlords thousands of pounds due to our knowledge and experience of the legislation and best practice.
Correct Eviction Paperwork for £49.97
To start the eviction process you will need to issue a section 8 notice, section 21 notice or when applicable, both, on the tenant. There are numerous ways in which eviction notices can be rejected by the courts due to incorrect paperwork. To attempt to evict a tenant without a court order can be a CRIMINAL OFFENCE, potentially leading to a prison sentence and/or massive fines. Do not take the chance, use our 100% guaranteed process to protect yourself and make the move to evict your tenant with peace of mind. Turner and Howard ensure and guarantees that paperwork is filed correctly to allow the courts to issue possession orders.
Through our unique integrated software, especially designed by Turner and Howard, landlords are given the option to complete and print out immediately Section 8 & 21 Notices to give to their tenant themselves or to be served by an agent. The drop down menus guide you through the process making it easy for any landlord to complete, download and print legally correct notice(s).
As ethical practitioners of the eviction process, upon instigation of a stage 2 eviction asking the Court for a possession order, Turner & Howard automatically notify the Local Housing Authority in question of the impending eviction and refer the tenant for re-housing under the ‘Homelessness Act’