Possession proceedings solicitors

A common problem encountered by tenants living in rented property is an application by their landlord for possession of the property. Our housing law solicitors have extensive experience in resisting possession proceedings by landlords and have an excellent success rate in providing a positive result for tenants. For advice on possession proceedings contact us on 0203 816 9282, we offer 30 minute appointments for £150.

Our housing law experts have a specialist quality mark from the Legal Aid Agency for housing cases, this means that we will often be able to provide assistance to you free of charge if you qualify for help under the legal aid scheme and are based in the North West of England.

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Facing possession proceedings

Possession proceedings can be started for several reasons, including allegations like failure to pay rent or failure to keep the property in a good condition. If your landlord is threatening to start possession proceedings against you, or has already done so, you’ll need expert legal advice and representation to defend your case and prevent you being forced out of your home.

Our efficient service gets results and our dedication to a plain-speaking approach means you’ll always be kept up to speed.

To speak to a member of our housing law team about your situation simply call us on 0203 816 9282 or complete our online enquiry form. If you qualify for legal aid our services are free to you, so talk to us today and get advice from possession proceedings experts.

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