Courts judgements
Possession - Section 8 and Section 21

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12 years ago
Just been to court . Re possession . All my paper work was correct . The tenant asked for the 42 days . I challenge the judge that there case was not proven . Due to the fact there was no proof he she would loose job . And even though it was down to them that they were faceing eviction into an hostel . That was not my problem . By law i should be given a n order within 14 days . The tenant had been withholding rent . the judge said the tenant does not have to prove hardship . She gave them 4 weeks and that was only that i said it took 4 weeks to get to court. What do you have to do to get your property back . She even then said to them i you dont move out on said date . That may prolong your eviction as the landlord will need to have balliffs evict you which could take another 14 days . Talk about the law been on the side of tenants . Its a joke .

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