Residential Tenancy Problems
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As landlords, common grounds of dispute relate to possession claims based on unpaid rent or antisocial behaviour.
Tenants may commence claims for disrepair or claims for unlawful eviction, seeking both re-entry to the property and damages.
Gaining possession of a residential property almost always requires a court order if the tenant refuses to leave.
Even in cases where a court order is not strictly required, the safer approach is often to seek a court order in any event.
This is a complex area of law, with even practitioners making errors from time to time.
I always endeavour to find the most commercially effective solution to any problem when considering the various legal and procedural options available.