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Guide to removing an existing tenant

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12/01/2017
Unfortunately, as a buy-to-let landlord you may find yourself in a position where you need to evict an existing tenant, either because they have fallen behind on their repayments or behaved in an unacceptable manner.

Evicting a tenant is a legal procedure and you must ensure that you stick to the letter of the law.

We suggest that you refer to this Government website for guidance:

Click here for advice on evicting a tenant

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