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Possession Order

From: Sue in Gravesend
Date: 11 Nov 2002
Time: 14:04:38
Remote Name: 217.42.229.150

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We have a tenant who has been served a notice to quit which is due to expire on 6 December. As a single mum, she wants to be re-housed by the Council and they require a possession order before they will do anything.

Do we have to go through a solicitor to get this sorted, or can we apply to the court ourselves?

As Landlords for 11 years, we have been very lucky to never come across this before.

Appreciate your comments.


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