Commercial Rent Arrears

In April 2014, the Common Law remedy of distraint for rent was abolished.  This was replaced by Commercial Rent Arrears Recovery (CRAR), and Section 72 allows a Commercial Landlord to use Schedule 12 (taking control of goods) of the Tribunals Court and Enforcement Act (TCE Act 2007) to recover rent payable under the lease, from the tenant without the need to go to Court.

At Revenue Services Ltd, all of our Enforcement Agents are fully Certificated, and have the experience and full knowledge of the new laws of Taking Control of Goods Regulations 2013 for rent.  Each Enforcement Agent at Revenue Services has passed a Level 2 IRRV accredited examination, set by the Civil Enforcement Agency (CIVEA) in Taking Control of Goods and also a Level 3 Staffordshire University Law School examination for Civil Enforcement.

We treat all cases with professionalism and discretion wherever possible, in order to allow the Landlord and Tenant to continue their relationship in the future.

Best of all, it’s free to Landlords, as all costs are borne by the Commercial Tenant.

In order to proceed with this service please complete the secure digital form below or email us for a downloadable copy of the form.

Revenue Services Commercial Rent Arrears

With Revenue Services the communication is great and the service provided is extremely prompt and professional. They always go that extra mile and are on hand for advice throughout. We found their charges to be very reasonable also. I would not hesitate to recommend them.

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