Do you have squatters on your land?
Or in your property?
If the property is residential, squatting is now a criminal offence under s144 of the Legal Aid, Sentencing and Punishing of Offenders Act 2012. So you should be able to get some help from the Police.
However if your squatters are on commercial premises or open land, you are left with the civil proceedings. Even if the property is residential I understand that the Police will not always help.
So what do you do? Its jolly expensive using solicitors to evict squatters and will almost certainly cost you over £1,000.
The answer is my Evicting Squatters Kit
I actually wrote my evicting squatters kit years ago but took it off the market as it was a bit out of date and needed amending.
However several people afflicted by squatters have contacted me recently asking if it was available so I have finally got down and done those amendments.
Its only available to members of my Landlord Law service and is delivered via the Landlord Law website. However Landlord Law membership is not expensive and its certainly cheaper than using a law firm. The Evicting Squatters Kit is £90 (£75 + VAT) and Landlord Law membership starts at £20 pm.
If you are interested, you can find out more about the >> evicting squatters kit here.