Navigating the Eviction Process

Expert Guidance

The eviction process is a legal procedure by which a landlord repossesses their property from a tenant. Evictions can be complex and legally intricate, requiring adherence to specific steps and timelines. Whether you are a landlord seeking to regain possession of your property or a tenant facing eviction, expert legal guidance is essential. At Resolve Solicitors, we specialize in guiding both landlords and tenants through the eviction process, ensuring that their rights and obligations are protected.


Common grounds include non-payment of rent, breach of the tenancy agreement, or the expiry of a fixed-term tenancy.

Notice periods vary depending on the reason for eviction and local laws.

No, landlords must obtain a possession order from the court to legally evict a tenant.

Tenants have the right to defend themselves in court, challenge improper notices, and request reasonable accommodations.

The duration varies depending on factors like the reason for eviction, local court procedures, and tenant defenses, but it can take several months.

No, self-help evictions are illegal in most jurisdictions and can lead to legal consequences for landlords.

Some jurisdictions have restrictions on evictions during extreme weather conditions, but laws vary.

Tenants should seek legal advice immediately and may have the option to challenge the notice.

Yes, negotiation or mediation can be effective in reaching settlement agreements to avoid eviction.

Contact us directly, and our experienced team will provide the guidance and support needed to navigate the eviction process effectively.

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