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    Ive been to Court and have been granted a Possession Order to get my property back with a Judgement for payment of arrears.

    Question: Presuming Tenants leave on the due day, Im also assuming that they are unlikely to pay the arrears at this time. What is the procedure to then get the money from them?

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    Your post implies that you have gained a possession order (with an associated money order) under s.8; if this is the case, and the T has assets or is employed then you will need to enforce the judgement, e.g. attachment of earnings.
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