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RLA Arrears & Possession Services

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The RLA is pleased to announce a new product: The RLA Possession and Arrears Service. In association with Landlord Action – a provider with a long standing proven track record in both possession and debt recovery – this is a great service for landlords who would like to use a professional company over doing things themselves…

The RLA is pleased to announce a new product: The RLA Possession and Arrears Service. In association with Landlord Action – a provider with a long standing proven track record in both possession and debt recovery – this is a great service for landlords who would like to use a professional company over doing things themselves.

Visit the RLA Possession and Arrears webpage or call 03330 142 998 for more information.

The complex and difficult nature of arrears and repossession may lead some landlords looking for advice and help in certain parts of the process. Services include:

  • Drafting Notices
  • Serving Notices
  • Drafting Possession Proceedings
  • Appearing in Court
  • Fixed-fee Rental Debt Recovery

For more information visit the RLA Possession and Arrears webpage or call 03330 142 998.

Evictions are no light matter and ensuring proper procedure is followed is paramount in making the process as smooth as possible.

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The Residential Landlords Association (RLA) represents the interests of landlords in the private rented sector (PRS) across England and Wales. With over 23,000 subscribing members, and an additional 16,000 registered guests who engage regularly with the association, we are the leading voice of private landlords. Combined, they manage almost half a million properties.

1 Comment

  • Sirs, I was advised by yourselves that I should wait for 2 months before I apply to the Housing Benefit Office to have my tenants housing benefit paid directly into my account. I did this and it happened.
    I now have £2,300 outstanding plus the 3 months of the difference between the rent which my tenant agreed to pay me and that which I received from the Benefit office …a further £750.
    Can you advise me please if there is anyway I can retrieve this underpayment.

    Thanks,

    Mike D.

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