This Notice to Quit eligibility test is designed to assess suitability for Pro-Leagle's automated Notice to Quit service.
Tenant eviction can be a complex and litigious area of law. For the purposes of this test it is assumed that the landlord's primary focus is on eviction of the tenant rather than recovery of unpaid rent. The test hence deals with general situations and the results of the test should be used for information purposes only and should not be treated as legal advice.
More comprehensive information can be gained through use of our automated Notice to Quit service or by contacting Pro-Leagle.
Pro-Leagle's automated Notice to Quit service currently only supports Tenancy Agreements with monthly payment of rent. Longer or shorter rent periods can add significant complexity when identifying the correct dates to be entered on the notice. We hope to add additional functionality soon.
It is often difficult to prove abandonment. If a tenant has left possessions in the property then a Court may interpret this as an indication of their intention to return. Should the landlord attempt to re-let a property only for the tenant to return then the landlord could be sued for damages.
If the tenancy is not surrendered by the tenant, it can only be ended by a court order. Contact Pro-Leagle for advice.
You have indicated that you would like to evict your tenant before the expiry of the fixed term of the Tenancy Agreement. This will require a Section 8 Notice to Quit.
You can prepare this notice using Pro-Leagle's automated online service. Alternatively, contact Pro-Leagle for assistance.
The mandatory grounds you have for eviction using a Section 8 Notice to Quit are:
The discretionary grounds you have for eviction using a Section 8 Notice to Quit are:
You do not appear to have any mandatory grounds for eviction. You may hence have to rely on the discretionary grounds. Depending on your circumstances, it could be difficult to achieve eviction using these grounds alone. They discretionary grounds you may be able to rely on are:
Disclaimer: This eligibility test is for general information only. Always obtain independent, professional advice for your own particular situation.