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    Periodic tenancy following an AST, tenant served with notice to quit followed by a court order, advised to stay until bailiffs call by the local council. I'm filling in the forms now, one of the boxes is for 'Land Registry Fee', the local court can't help, does this even apply?

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    N325 Form from Court - Warrant for Possession of Lan

    In regard to Mr Woof's post of Feb 2005, where he asked what to put in the Land Registry Fee box for the above form, can anyone help with this.

    I have to complete a N325 form and need help with all of it??

    Javed

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      reply to Mr Woof

      Hi,

      in response to your post of earlier last year - I filled in N325 at court today - the lady says that it is not relevant in most cases, so just leave blank

      Javed


      Originally posted by MrWoof
      Periodic tenancy following an AST, tenant served with notice to quit followed by a court order, advised to stay until bailiffs call by the local council. I'm filling in the forms now, one of the boxes is for 'Land Registry Fee', the local court can't help, does this even apply?

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