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    N325 - Section 4 Warrnat details - posts are unclear what to show for S21 possession

    I followed a lot of threads which all seem to be a bit vague, can someone let me know if this is correct:

    1) S21 Acc Poss order granted (costs of £175 payable by T,)- therefore:

    4.(a) balance due at date of request £175
    4.(b) amount for which warrant to issue £175
    ISSUE FEE £110 (being the N325 costs)
    Solicitors fee
    land reg fee
    TOTAL £285

    I would like to know if I include all this when its a "S21" possession order as some posts say do, same don't confirm and on another forum it says you should "strike this out" as you are going for a S21 possession!? (RLA site)

    Snokerz - commented on a similar thread its safe to leave it blank but should you fill it in to be 100% sure or avoid issues?

    Thanks -S

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