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Private Landlord (Manchester)
Tenant Eviction took care of the entire eviction process for me, they attended court on my behalf and kept me up to date with the case from start to finish. Well worth the saving in time and stress. Thank you
Private Landlord (London)
I had a tenant that didn’t pay the rent for 9 months, i had tried a number of options myself to try and evict them to save money but they only backfired. I found tenant eviction via a friends recommendation and they got to work swiftly and within 7 weeks i had access to my property. Nightmare over.
Private Landlord (Leeds)
Evicting tenants is not easy, i spent more money getting it wrong then the cost of using Tenant Evictions services, you get what you pay for. My case was complex bud i ended up getting my cherished property back within 2 months.
The calculation of compensation in the UK for housing disrepair can be complex, and it is important to seek legal advice to ensure you receive the full amount to which you are entitled. The percentage of compensation you will be awarded for a property in disrepair depends on the severity of the damage. A property that is uninhabitable will result in 100% compensation, but this is very rare. Normally, compensation ranges between 25% and 50% of the rent of the property.
If you are a tenant and the property you are renting falls into disrepair, you may have a disrepair claim against your landlord. If your landlord has failed to repair faults or not kept the house in good condition, you may find that your home becomes damaged. As a tenant, it is important that you understand your rights and what to do if your landlord does not keep the property in a good condition. If you are experiencing problems with your property, our team of experts can help. We offer free initial advice so please get in touch for more information.