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Re: eviction help???

From: Rachael M
Date: 16 Oct 2002
Time: 15:39:43
Remote Name: 193.195.148.177

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We have just been through this, you have to apply to te courts for a possession order, serve the order and then if the tenant still stays, you have to apply to the courts again for a bailiff to come and remove the tenant by force. It's taken us over three months and cost us 3,000 in legal fees, the bailiffs were due in today but the tenant cleared out at the weekend so we didn't even get the satisfaction of seeing him kicked out !! Sorry for bad news but solicitors wont tell you how bad its going to be up front - thought someone better warn you.


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