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Section 8 Notice to Quit / Eviction Notice

Section 8 Notice Checklist before serving

Section 8 Notice Checklist

  1. Is the Section 8 Form the most recent edition?
  2. Do you have any evidence to back up your claim?
  3. Have you given any proof?
  4. Is your argument based on the correct legal grounds for possession?
  5. Has the tenant and/or guarantor (where applicable) been sent a letter in writing?
  6. Is the tenant able to repair the problem?
  7. Is it possible to reach a settlement?
  8. Are you in a position to get a court order for possession and eviction if everything else fails?

It is crucial to ensure that your Section 8 checklist is up to date and complete. This will help you to identify any potential breaches and ensure that the correct grounds for possession have been cited in your application.

You will also need to review the contract to determine whether the tenant has actually breached any of its terms, and if so, what steps can be taken to remedy the situation.

If mediation is an option, you should consider this as a potential way to resolve the dispute. However, if all else fails and you are unable to come to a resolution on your own, it may be necessary to pursue a court order for possession and eviction. With the right strategy and knowledge, you can effectively navigate the process of evicting problem tenants using Section 8.

Section 8 Notice to Quit / Eviction Notice