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Anti-Social Behaviour

If your housing association or social landlord is taking legal action against you for alleged anti-social behaviour, we can help defend your case every step of the way, including representation in the County Court.

We can also help you defend an application made by your housing association or social landlord for contempt of Court based upon an alleged disobedience to an order made in the County Court.

Our specialist solicitors have successfully defended many residents faced with legal action for anti-social behaviour. We will identify any weaknesses in the case against you and persuasively argue for the case to be dismissed or for leniency to be applied to take account of any special circumstances.

You will find our solicitors to be sympathetic and understanding. We appreciate your situation may have been misunderstood by your landlord or it might be they have acted unlawfully. Whatever the dispute might be, we can provide the legal protection you need.

Hodge Jones & Allen are recognised as one of the highest ranking law firms for social housing and tenant law in the UK. We are one of only four firms in the UK to be listed as a Tier 1 firm for this area of law in the Legal 500 guide. We are also recommended as a leading team in housing law by Chambers UK.

You will find our solicitors are passionately committed to defending the rights of those in need of housing. We will fight rigorously to get the best possible result we can achieve.

Case Study

A Council issued eviction proceedings against our client for anti-social behaviour following complaints about noise from our client’s family and the dogs she owned. The Council also applied for an Injunction to prevent our client from engaging in anti-social behaviour and from keeping animals in her home.

Following representations from our specialist housing solicitors, the Council allowed our client to remain in her property and to keep one of her dogs. The injunction was dropped which removed the threat of a fine or prison sentence. The judge praised our handling of the case and spared our client the distress of giving evidence in Court.

Our Social Housing Solicitors are backed by nearly four decades of experience with anti-social behaviour cases. Our legal practice and team of Social Housing Solicitors have a strong track record of achieving the best possible results. For expert legal advice use our contact form or call us on 0808 250 6017 today.