Court hearing
Tenancy Types and Management

mathilda
mathilda
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16 years ago
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I issued a section 21 via Landlord action with the intention of getting my property back. I have sent to the court the request for possession order and cost slip.
Today I received a letter from the court saying that my claim has been referred to the judge for a hearing in two weeks time. The reason given is that "the tenancy agreement does not provide for service of documents at the property by post(S196 LPA 1925). Servie needs to be proved".
I am totally confused as I don't understand the court's reason. DO they want proof from Lanlord action that they served the section 21 on my behalf? Is my tenancy agreement suppose to mention somewhere that documents can be served to this property by post? Any help will be much appreciated

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