England Landlord Guidance

Applying to Court for Possession — Accelerated Procedure

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Accelerated Possession Order

I have served an accelerated possession order on my tenant asking her to pay for the court charges. On her Defence form (N118) she has refused to pay the court costs claiming that she's a ...

Section 21 in name of previous owner

We have a property where the previous agent served a S21 on a tenant but the property was then sold on but the agent didn't officially (in writing) inform the tenant of the new owners name and ...

Section 21 if additional information is required

Hi, If I file a Section 21 N5B with the required docs, how does it work IF the court wants to see more documentary evidence of something? If for example they want to see a particular proof of ...

s21 and 6 month rule

served on 10/10/17, exp date 02/01/18 Not sure if we can use as served over 6 months ago, or does that mean 6 months after expiry? (more…)

Do I need to attach a PoC with form N5B

Hi I am about to submit an accelerated possession claim. I understand the relevant form is N5B. Is there a particulars of claim I need to accompany or just the form itself would ...

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