- Are you being harassed, intimidated or threatened by your landlord?
- Have you been evicted by your landlord without a court order?
If so, we can help. Nobody deserves to be intimidated or to be made homeless without notice.
Tenants are entitled to live in their homes in peace. Landlords are not permitted to harass or intimidate you or let themselves into your home without notice.
In virtually all situations your landlord must give you a formal notice, obtain a court order and then apply to court for a bailiff warrant before evicting you. Some landlords do not follow these rules. If your landlord evicts you without following the correct procedure not only could you obtain an injunction requiring the landlord to permit you to return to the property but you might also be entitled to compensation.
Contact the experts
We have a team of specialist housing lawyers with considerable expertise in this area so you case will be dealt with swiftly and professionally.
It is often helpful to seek early legal advice so please contact us if you think we can help
If your income is low, legal aid may be available to represent you. If you would like to know more or need our help please call us now on 020 8514 9000 and ask to speak with one of our housing lawyers.