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Repossession and eviction

Date: 01 Feb 2003
Time: 08:09:06
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I have a tennant who has been duly served with a 2 month repossion order under the shorthold perodic tennancy. The property is now been sold subject to contact and I require possession to complete the sale.

Since my solicitor served the 2 month possession order this tennant has now broken all contact off, refused outright to pay any rents and threatened to "strip the property bare" if I did not sell to him (despite been offered to him at a 19k discount he could not raise a mortgage)

I am aware under ground2 we will get possession through the courts and issue another court notice for the rent which will be about 510.00 at the end of the 2 month notice.

I would like to know if anyone has experenced the same and how long the courts took to regain possession.


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