Housing

At Watson Ramsbottom we are fully geared to seek possession of properties for landlords. Most cases arise due to rental arrears and we are able to assist landlords recover their properties either by negotiating a surrender of the tenancy or by the issue of court proceedings.

Sometimes a letter is all you need, but when your livelihood depends on rental income are able to ensure that your property is recovered for you in the speediest way possible.

One of the best way to avoid litigation in any type of law is to ensure that the papers are drafted properly and to that end we offer a full drafting service including tenancy agreements and Notices Seeking Possessions under section 21 and section 8 Housing Act 1988.

Solicitor & Director
Accrington

Please fill in the form on the right of the page or to arrange an appointment for a free initial consultation to discuss matters, please contact the head of our team Jonathan Leach on 01254 67 22 22.

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01254 67 22 22

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Accrington
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