Commercial Rent Arrears Recovery (CRAR)
For Commercial Property Landlords only
As of the 6 April 2014, Commercial Rent Arrears Recovery (CRAR) regulations changed the way that commercial landlords or managing agents can collect rent arrears:
- CRAR only applies to leases of commercial premises and can only be used if the lease is in writing.
- Tenant must be at least 7 days in arrears before CRAR can be used.
1) Free CRAR recovery - (Warrant of Control)
At Dukes Bailiffs we provide a free bespoke CRAR recovery service that provides quick and effective collections at no cost to you. If your tenant is in arrears but you do not wish to forfeit the lease, you may want to consider instructing Dukes Bailiffs to collect the rent arrears. If the payment of the rent is not made, as certificated enforcement agents we can seize the tenant’s goods.
For further information please click on Warrant of Control.
2) Alternative Enforcement action - (Forfeiture)
If your tenant is in arrears and you wish to forfeit the lease to regain control of your commercial premises, you may want to consider instructing Dukes Bailiffs to Forfeit the lease, otherwise known as Warrant to Forfeit.
Dukes are able to peacefully gain access and regain control of your commercial property in as little as 24 hours.
For further information please click on Warrant to Forfeit.
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