Adel Jibs & Co has successfully acted for several tenants who have taken claims against their landlords for unlawful eviction.
Unlawful eviction can be defined as being evicted or excluded from a tenancy without the landlord having obtained a court order.
Nobody deserves to be intimidated or to be made homeless without notice from their landlord.
- Are you being harassed, intimidated, or threatened by your landlord?
- Have you been evicted by your landlord without a court order?
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.
The reality is that your landlord must give a formal notice, obtain a court order, and then apply to court for a bailiff warrant before evicting you.
Landlords at times, show a clear disregard by not following these rules.
If your landlord evicts you without following the correct procedure, you could obtain an injunction from the Court compelling your landlord to permit you to return the property. You may also be entitled to compensation.
We have a team of specialist housing Solicitors who can take up your matter and deal with your matter with the urgency it deserves, swiftly and professionally.
Legal Aid is still available for Unlawful Evictions. If you would like advise and assistance about your case then please contact our Housing Team on 02034173859.