Accelerated Possesion Orders

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    Accelerated Possesion Orders

    Can somone please confirm that

    An accelerated PO takes 14 days to consider by the courts or if indeed it means that one will get a possesion date for the property within 14 days, that could be XX weeks provided its not contested.

    Many Thanks

    #2
    Serve a section 21, 2 months notice, tenant stays put. Go to court, 4 weeks if you're lucky, still no joy, another 4 weeks for bailiffs.

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      #3
      or from my expereince today, 1. serve section 21 notice, 2. 2 months later apply court, 3. wait two months for court date, 4. get hearing dismissed for notice being 2 days TO LONG! 5. go back to step 1!

      Pete

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        #4
        PJL, gutted for you. Can you explain though what you mean by notice being 2 days too long. Do you mean that you asked the tennant to be out 2 days before the tenancy term finished or that that court date was too late?

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          #5
          Our posts must have crossed - I've just read your other thread which answers my question. Sorry it went wrong for you today. Good luck!

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            #6
            Thanks Diane,

            as i post earlier, all adds to the experience!

            Pete

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