ILC & Associates are UK and Italy eviction specialists, highly experienced in all areas of Landlord and Tenant law. We offer a fast and reliable eviction and rent recovery service and we have a dedicated legal team ready to process your case immediately.
Contrary to popular belief we understand that in fact your property investments are your livelihood and just one non-paying tenant can send your balance sheet in to the red quickly.
We typically aim to save 6-8 weeks of lost rent by quickly completing paper work and filing applications, ensuring any potential legal ‘holes’ are plugged before court to ensure a water tight case which offers no alternative, and no loop holes – so we get the eviction order first time, without delay.
- Save approximately 6 – 8 weeks in lost rent
- 100% Accurate paperwork ensures no court delays
- Secure and robust case building to warrant fast eviction order
- We take over the entire case and deal with everything on your behalf
- Your own expert case manager will keep you up to date with our progress
Tenants not paying the rent:
Rent arrears are one of the most common reasons landlords and letting agents come to us to start eviction proceedings. Regardless of the reasons behind the tenant not paying the rent, the spiralling rent debt can be crippling for any landlord.
Tenants who are always late paying the rent:
Tenants who are always late with the rent can put a huge strain on the landlords’ cash flow, often the landlord is unsure if he/she will be paid at all. This generally becomes the ‘norm’ until the rent becomes later and later. Early eviction is often viewed as the safest option to avoid large rent debt building up.
Tenants who are subletting without consent:
Tenants ‘subletting without consent’ often comes as a shock to most landlords. It often only comes to light after a suspicion inspection, or complaints by neighbours or the police. If you are worried you may have sub-tenants please contact us and we will seek to evict the sub-tenants and terminate the tenancy agreement with the original tenant.
When tenants are causing property damage:
Landlords should generally expect the property and furniture to be looked after. If damage occurs outside the scope of general wear and tear then the landlord is right to expect this to be fixed by the tenant or the cost covered, it the tenants refuse then you may want to take action to have them evicted.
Feel free to call us today whereby we can discuss with you your individual case and your requirements: contact our Client Relations Team on +44 (0) 20 70388599 (+39 091 6162771 from outside of the UK) and we will immediately put you in touch with a lawyer for a free initial assessment of your case.
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