Section 21 is on the ropes but there will still be ways to evict tenants

Why more crackpot policy should not concern buy-to-let investors The government has put Section 21 in the dock. It is pulling no punches in its attempts to abolish no-fault repossession. Like an outclassed boxer, Section 21 is on the ropes. Soon, the rope will be round its neck. But does this mean that a landlord’s [...]

Rules for the buy-to-let landlord to evict nightmare tenants – part 3

How to accelerate a Section 21 possession In this final part of three, I’m going to look at how you can speed up the process of eviction by a Section 21 Notice. You might already have been waiting for a couple of months for your nightmare tenants to leave, and still they simply won’t budge. [...]

Rules for the buy-to-let landlord to evict nightmare tenants – part 2

The powerful tools called Section 8 and Section 21 Last time I looked at the legal basis of asking a tenant to leave your property. Provided you have followed all the rules heaped upon you as a buy-to-let landlord, any reasonable tenant will leave peacefully and when due. But, of course, we’re not talking about [...]