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  • utopia
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    hello. im on my final leg of evicting my tenant, can you please advise me what i should fill in ' describe the land......'

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  • davidjohnbutton
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    1. yes
    2. Yes (this is put in because the defendant might have paid something off the original judgment - the court needs to know what is still outstanding)
    3. Yes
    4. Yes - you can only put a solicitors fee if you have a solicitor applying for you in which case the fee is fixed under the CPR
    5. Unless you have been ordered to produce a land registry report, or a report is required by the relevant protocol - you will not have incurred this fee - leave that space blank.
    6. You only need to put a figure in here if you are issuing for part of the money you are owed - i.e. you fill in at a) £1000 and you issue warrant for £900 at b) - the difference is £100 which is what you would put in this box - as you have already told me that the A and B figures are the same, you can ignore this box.

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  • eagle76
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    Filling out N325 - help?

    Hi there,

    Can anyone help me with filling out the Warrant details section of a N325 form (Request for warrant of Possession of Land) as my tenant still hasnt moved out even though possession date has passed.

    This is what it says under Section 4 Warrant details :

    1. Balance due at the date of this request = I presume this is amount of outsanding judgement?
    2. Amount for which warrant to issue = this is the same as 1 isnt it?
    3. Issue Fee = is this the cost of this application ie £95?
    4. Solicitor's costs = I presume if I fill this out myself this will be blank?
    5. Land Registry fee = what do I put here?
    6. The sum due after the warrant is paid will be = what does this mean????

    I have looked on hmcourtservice website but couldnt find anything relating to N325, so would appreciate anyones help on this matter.

    Many thanks

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