Where a landlord wishes to terminate a tenancy he must serve formal notice on the tenant; the form of that notice will differ, depending on the type of tenancy in question.
In some circumstances the law sets out specific grounds which must be proven by a landlord before a tenancy can be terminated.
In all cases of residential tenancies, no tenant can be evicted without a court order first being obtained. Most housing cases will therefore involve a court hearing at some point.
Many housing cases will require an urgent response, for example where a possession hearing is looming or bailiff’s appointment has already been set.Our litigation team has a proven track record in dealing with all types and complexities of housing problem. Our team comprises two solicitors and a barrister all of whom are skilled at dealing with housing matters, and have a wealth of court experience between them.