Forfeiture of Lease
Forfeiture of Lease – Commercial Premises
Forfeiture of Lease requires Peaceful Repossession to take back your Commercial Premises.
We find the majority of today's commercial property leases will give the landlord the power to terminate the lease if the tenant fails to keep to the agreed terms of the lease.
Common Law – Forfeiture of Lease
Common Law can be used in most Commercial Lease situations as long as it is within your lease agreement for the peaceful repossession of the property.
This can also be done without the extra cost of going to the County Court.
1. Call our office to discuss your issue on 01615070626 or email email@example.com
2. Complete Forfeiture Authority to Act form. (Once completed you will be contacted by an eviction specialist)
3. Our Enforcement Agents will attend to Forfeit the Lease including taking inventory of goods supported by photographic evidence.
In some occasions you may be required to obtain an Order of Possession from the County Court where Common law can not be used. Once the Order of Possession is in place we can transfer to the High Court via our High Court Officer.
We aim to be on site at the first peaceful opportunity, when the business is not trading, to prevent as much disruption as possible.
We also provide a clean up service and security specialists.