Times are hard and many tenants are falling into arrears of rent.
This is tough for them but also tough for landlords who have their own expenses and cannot afford to support non paying tenants.
As they are not getting rent, solicitors fees for eviction work may be out of the question and many landlords bring their own repossession claims – often with the help of my Landlord Law DIY Eviction Guide.
But understandably many landlords are worried about the prospect of having to do the hearing themselves.
For most people courts are scary places and dealing with Judges and court hearings unfamiliar territory.
But now there is a solution.
The Landlord Law Repossession Hearing Advocacy Service
At Landlord Law we can now offer members using our Eviction Kit the chance to have a professional court advocate attend at court with them.
The firm we use for this specialises in eviction hearings and they attend and represent clients in a substantial proportion of all standard eviction hearings in this country.
For example they are used by many solicitors and insurance firms. I used them myself when my firm did eviction work and always got great feedback from clients.
If you are a landlord bringing your own claim using our DIY Eviction Guide, they can now represent YOU for a modest charge (£144 incl VAT).
All advocates have undergone a very tough training regime and are well versed in landlord and tenant law and eviction work.
This makes a DIY solution for eviction a very attractive option as the cost is so much less than using solicitors.
For example a standard rent arrears eviction using my Landlord Law DIY guide and the advocacy service will cost just £240 plus the court fee.
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