Marston finds solutions for landlords facing challenging circumstances. As well as enforcing Writs of Possession, these solutions include assistance with gathering evidence, filing and issuing claims and process serving. For landlords seeking a possession order, Marston can offer a referral to an expert solicitor to guide them through the process. Landlords can also be guided through the process of giving the correct notice to the relevant parties. If a tenant chooses not to leave, Marston can help with the relevant court procedures to obtain a Writ of Possession from the High Court. This then allows Marston to use the powers of High Court enforcement to help with the eviction process, should this be necessary.
Marston is expert in helping to evict people who are occupying property or land without permission. Illegal encampment costs councils hundreds of millions of pounds of taxpayers’ money each year. From initial enquiry, Marston works quickly with clients to select the most appropriate method of repossession, evict illegal occupiers and prevent re-entry without requiring further legal action. Marston can also assist with returning property to the condition it was in before occupation and is highly experienced in working alongside the police where required.
Marston works with landlords and agents to help recover their unpaid rent and remove tenants peacefully. This is a ‘common law’ remedy, meaning that action can be taken without needing a court order, within 24 hours of instruction. Marston can also help with finding locksmiths, drafting notices, arranging photographic inventories and accompanying tenants to supervise the removal of their goods.
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