Landlord Action

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If you have a problem tenant then Landlord Action are your fixed-fee eviction specialists. 

Unlike other fixed fee operators, have peace of mind knowing Landlord Action is fully authorised and regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority. Landlord Action deal directly with the courts, resolving issues quickly and efficiently.

Landlord Action were one of the NLA’s original Recognised Suppliers and Paul Shamplina, the founder of Landlord Action, is a frequent speaker at NLA meetings alongside his work on Channel 5's Nightmare Tenants, Slum Landlords and LBC's Property Hour.

NLA Members receive a £30 discount on instruction.

Key Services:

  • Eviction telephone advice
  • Tenant eviction in three steps - notice, claim, bailiff
  • Remove squatters
  • Rent and other debt recovery
  • HMO disputes
  • General litigation

Contact Landlord Action if you want to serve a Section 8 or Section 21 notice or need to issue a claim with the courts.


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Customer Reviews

"Well worth it!"

069362 | 8 April 2015 - 3:37pm

We've used Landlord Action on numerous occasions and we have always been very happy with their service. The eviction process may seem straightforward but in the situations we've encountered we've found it isn't and it's been very reassuring to have the Landlord Action legal team guiding us through the stringent rules regarding tenancies. Sometimes we have achieved results just by the tenant receiving an official letter and on the occasions when a case has gone to court, we have always been awarded possession. We used to try and do it ourselves but now we always use Landlord Action and feel this is money well spent.

"Evicting a tenant"

075192 | 18 June 2013 - 1:43pm

I used Landlord action for the first time to evict a long standing non paying tenant. The forms arrived very quickly and were self exlanitory. I was very organised and made sure I send all the relevant information hoping for quick action. Serving the initial papers for around £200 was quick and all in order and my first thoughts were that I was going to get a quick result, however my tenant did not respond to the initial letters and I had to continue to the next stage of going to court and a hefty expense of around £677. I did have quite a wait for a court date which eventually went in my favour but my tenant still refused to leave. Landlord action would have taken this further by involving the bailliffs at another expense of around £250. I decided not to pay any more money out and made contact with the Local Council and explained the issues and outcome of court. I made a few links with other agencies and in the end my tenant was given a final date to leave by me and the LA re housed her! Yes I was glad to see the back of her but it was a long drawn out stressfull experience. Next time I will use a guarantor!

"Eviction for non payment"

075192 | 10 May 2013 - 3:27pm

I used Landlord Action for the first time to evict a tenant with large rent arrears. There was no hassle for me but you do have to be be methodical in filling in all documents provided. The only down side is the cost which did seem a little expensive but the tenant was evicted in the end.


010370 | 8 January 2013 - 12:19am

Landlord Action were great for me.
I thought my Tenant was going to give me all sorts of problems , but after the correct notices sent out by Landlord Action, she left the premises and has not been heard of since.
The form they ask you to fill in, can be comprehensive, depending on your circumstances, length of Tenancy, disputes, arrears etc, but, once it is filled in, you can be confident that they will get the job done efficiently.
Well done, Landlord Action.