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Applying to Court for Possession — Accelerated Procedure (England) | Applying to Court for Possession — Standard Procedure (England)

Can I attend an eviction hearing on behalf of a landlord in their absence?

29 May 2018 | 1 comment

Can I attend an eviction hearing on behalf of a landlord in their absence?

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  1. guildy

    No, only a “registered and regulated” person may attend (solicitor, barrister etc.) on behalf of the landlord.

    It is in theory possible for the landlord to obtain an order allowing you to attend but that’s almost as difficult and costly as just getting someone to attend!

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