Letter to County Court Requesting an Order for Possession
This Letter to County Court Requesting an Order for Possession is for use by a residential Landlord who has brought Possession Proceedings against a Tenant.
If the Tenant has not filed a Defence within 14 days of service of the Notice of Claim (Form N5B), the Landlord may file a Request for an Order for Possession. This is done by sending this Letter to the Court enclosing the tear-off portion of the Notice of Issue which the Court sent to the Landlord when the Court issued the Claim.
The Landlord’s request will be referred to a judge. If all is in order, the judge will make an Order for Possession. Due to Coronavirus (Covid-19), it may take longer than usual to evict tenants.
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