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    How to obtain court fees awarded to LL from Court

    A little frustrated, I have successful got rid of the T, but the courts awarded me the court fees, how do you enforce this or get this money, as I thought you put in a small claims, which I did just got a letter back under CPR 3.14(2) saying that the case is rejected. What is the process on getting your money back from a T in regards to court fees?

    #2
    Out of interest was this S8 or S21?

    Usually costs are added to any rent debt and often it is agreed by order that ex- tenant will pay £?? per month or a lump sum.
    Agree with what you say on small claims as well.
    Maybe someone else has and idea?



    Freedom at the point of zero............

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      #3
      You have the court decision (well done). 1st enforce the CCJ to make life more realistic for this person.

      Then it's down to you to collect, the court doesn't do it. Either "attachment of earnings" from their PAYE payslip job or get a charge on ony property they own. You've 6 years to collect. Be patient, diligent & cunning!
      I am legally unqualified: If you need to rely on advice check it with a suitable authority - eg a solicitor specialising in landlord/tenant law...

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        #4
        It was via S21, how do you enforce the CCJ?

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          #5
          A of e, third party debt order, or bailiff.

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            #6
            You complete Form N316 and pay £50.00 when you submit it.
            The tenant is required to attend a court and give details of their income and assets.
            Some notes on the process here - https://www.moneyclaimsuk.co.uk/orde...formation.aspx

            I've never actually done this, so it would be great if someone with actual experience of the process chipped in!
            When I post, I am expressing an opinion - feel free to disagree, I have been wrong before.
            Please don't act on my suggestions without checking with a grown-up (ideally some kind of expert).

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