Clearway offers an all-encompassing end-of-tenancy or forfeiture of lease security service, using the very latest in technological and digital solutions to deliver both efficiency and cost reduction.
Utilising an approved network of experienced Certificated Enforcement Agents and leading-edge specialists, our team will provide full control and administration of the forfeiture of lease service, streamlining a historically time-consuming and costly process and helping you to gain control of the situation. From facilitating property hand back and covering all requirements up to re-occupation, we offer a complete service to give you peace of mind that the process has been handled according to the law and insurance compliance.
Depending on your individual requirements, we’re able to offer the following services. We don’t have to undertake each and every element for each instruction – but can tailor our services to your specific needs. Our experienced Facilities Manager can coordinate every step of the process:
Additional services provided by Clearway partnering with qualified third-party contractor specialists include;
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Clearway is the leading provider of security management services, specialising in providing services to landlords and entities responsible for managing properties during the forfeiture of lease process. With decades of experience in the field, our team of professionals has developed innovative and comprehensive solutions to help manage the entire process—from initial reporting and securing the premises to vacant property services.
Our staff are extremely knowledgeable in the laws related to all types of forfeitures, including those involving commercial property or residential lettings. Many businesses trust Clearway to provide comprehensive security advice during the forfeiture of lease process, as well as guidance on risk management and mitigating potential losses
Forfeiture of lease is a legal procedure used to terminate a lease agreement for failure to comply with its terms. In most cases, forfeiture occurs when the tenant has failed to pay rent or otherwise violated the terms of the lease agreement. The landlord will serve written notice of their intent to forfeit the lease and if no response is received within the specified time frame, the landlord will be able to terminate the lease and evict the tenant.
Forfeiture is a final and positive act by the landlord and cannot be retracted. The action taken to effect re-entry must, therefore, be a clear and unambiguous demonstration that forfeiture has occurred and the act of forfeiture must be brought to the attention of the tenant by way of the notice. The notice by itself is not enough but changing the locks is clearly a full and final statement of intent on the part of you as landlord that your tenants’ lease is at an end.