Good News for Landowners
Possession proceedings now permitted against persons unknown
Great news for landowners with trespassers on their premises, as the Practice Direction which stayed all possession proceedings has been amended to allow proceedings against persons unknown, as well as interim possession orders and claims for injunctive relief.
For information and advice call Beacon Enforcement 01752 936084 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Common Law Evictions
Do you need to quickly and efficiently evict Trespassers from your Land?
Using common law, A landlord can request a Trespasser or persons unknown using a Certificated Enforcement Agent(previously known as Certificated Bailiffs) to leave private land and can use reasonable force, to evict him from the land, if persons do not leave on their own accord.
A landlord will provide a written notice(we provide this) to the Trespassers via the Enforcement Agent,this describes the dimensions of the land or if a map is not available.
The notice is served will outline that they have as little as 2 hours notice to leave, if they fail to leave the notice will set out the consequences,these would be removal of persons, vehicles and Chattels.
We normally act within 24 Hrs instruction, sometimes faster
You need to let us know how many people on site, also if any vehicles on the land.
We need keys and a contact to meet us at near the location point.Is there a Alarm code needed and do we need a locksmith or we can provide this.
Police will be notified of intentions and actions before and after.
We keep the client updated as the eviction process is on going.
On common law evictions we usually have a minimum of two Certificated Enforcement Agents, who wear body-worn cameras, to record the Eviction.
If need we can arrange Security & Dog Patrols, Concrete Blocks & Sitex Building security.