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Redetermination Hearing

22 Nov 2021 | 1 comment

Tenant left a property putting keys through our door in 2015 and ever since we have been chasing for the debt.  Numerous repayment plans were agreed with ex-tenant but she didn’t keep to any.  We finally took it to court this year and Judge awarded in our favour stating payment had to be made by 31.08.21.  No monies were received so we subsequently requested a warrant of control.  Ex-tenant offered £25 a month which we rejected.  I have now received a Redetermination Hearing notice  from the court – does this mean that the original Award by the Judge in August 2021 could be overturned?  Could I be forced to receive a pittance amount like £1/week?

Any advice would be appreciated.


1 Comment

  1. guildy

    It’s not something we’re particularly familiar with but we’re quite certain this has nothing to do with the judgment itself. It’s only determining the amount the tenant should repay per month (or whatever period).

    It’s impossible to say what amount will be set as it will depend on what the court deems the tenant can afford.

    We found this useful article (scroll almost to the bottom).

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