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    What is correct form for S8 on Grounds 14

    Dear Forum

    Is the correct form an N5 or is there other form to do.

    There ae two parts of the fom I dont know how to fill in.

    Demotion of tenancy? The tenant has only been in property for 9 weeks, so do I tick this box or leave blank - hes on a AST.

    The form also has a section saying tha the claim will be heard on ................. I clearly dont believe I can make a date, this must be something for the court clerk.

    Any help would be welcome as trying to get one issue resolved.

    Many thanks for all your help, which has recently resulted in me getting some money back via the Small Claims - cheers, can now book a holiday.

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    Ignore 'demotion'. It applies only to certain Local Authority lettings.
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      Also use form N119
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