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Commercial rent bailiffs for reliable rent recovery

Cashflow is of critical importance for any business, operating in the current challenging economic climate. Engaging commercial bailiffs to commence  with Taking Control of Goods on your behalf is a simple procedure.

A Prompt landlord instruction reduces debtor days, increases the chances of payment in full without the need to complete a Taking Control of Goods Warrant.

The tenant is responsible for expenses resulting from this bailiff action.  

When you instruct us in the collection of outstanding rents, you can expect personal, tailored advice commensurate with your particular circumstances. By recovering unpaid rents faster and with greater use of amicable and compliant procedures, protecting clients' reputation, securing amounts owed in reduced time frames, our aim is to meet your needs with speed, efficiency and diligence, whilst keeping the tenant and landlord relationship in tact.

Working on your behalf to put your needs first

Procedure in Taking Control of Goods Warrant

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Once a commercial leaseholder is in rent arrears, the Form Taking Control of Goods Warrant can be completed. We act immediately to send the Notice of Enforcement to the tenant, who may pay the arrears at this stage.

Once the period of notice has expired and no monies have been recieved, we send one of our bailiff team to attend the property to discuss the arrears and take payment or take control of goods (which does not necessarily mean removing the goods).