Your Eviction Special Membership includes the following
Along with these other regular Landlord Law features:
What if my initial telephone consultation lasts more than 1/2 hour?
I won’t put a stop watch on you! Most people do not need more than 30 – 45 minutes. However if the call lasts more than 1 hour, I reserve the right to offset one of your remaining advice calls.
Can your service be used for ALL types of eviction?
It can be used for all the ‘standard’ evictions such as section 21 and for rent arrears (and also for some ‘common law’ evictions). However if these options are not available to you, or if your claim is likely to be defended, you should use solicitors. See also the item on cancellation below.
How do I set up the advice calls?
Just email me and let me know and I will contact you and arrange a time. Advice calls can be by phone or by Skype. All our telephone advice is on the basis that you ring us (and pay the call charges) so if (for example) you are abroad, Skype will be cheaper for you.
What happens at the end of my membership period?
Unlike most other Landlord Law membership types, the Eviction Special is a ‘one off’ membership. At the end of the nine months, your membership will just end automatically. However you will be able to extend your membership with our ‘one click’ form if you want to – we will email you details about this nearer the time.
What if I decide that the service is not suitable for me?
You can cancel and get a full refund if you do this within 30 days and before the initial advice call. If we decide during the advice call that the service is not suitable for you, then provided this is within the first 30 days of your membership, you can cancel your membership, and I will refund your payment less £115 for the advice call & administration. If any other work has been done, the cost of that will also be deducted (e.g. if I have done the action plan the cost of is £180). Refunds after 30 days are at my discretion – save where our guarantee applies.
I have already started proceedings and it has all gone wrong - can you help?
In this situation you are probably best going straight to solicitors or to Landlord Action. See the information on >> this page. There are generally big delays when things go wrong (and solicitors fees can be expensive) which is why it is worth taking the trouble to get things done correctly from the start. If you want to discuss things with me, probably the non members telephone advice service will be best for you.
Not sure or want more information?
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>> Click here for more information generally about the DIY Eviction Guide,
>> Click here to find out more about Landlord Law membership generally
>> Click here for our terms and conditions - which apply to all membership types.
>> Click here for the terms and conditions which apply to the 'one to one' advice element of the membership.
Or, if you want to proceed, please scroll on down
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Are you still not sure?
I don't want you to sign up if it is not right for you. Here are a few other things you might be thinking, with my comments:
If you are happy to proceed - here's what you do now:
- Click the big button below
- This will take you to our online payment page - you can pay here by credit card or pay pal
- Once you have been paid you will be signed up as a member and
- You will get your login details, and a receipted VAT invoice, and information about arranging your first advice call
- These will all be sent out to you automatically (to the email address provided by you) via the system and should arrive within a few minutes
- Or if you prefer to be invoiced click the button lower down