Accelerated Possesion Orders

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  • PJL
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    Thanks Diane,

    as i post earlier, all adds to the experience!

    Pete

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  • DianeB
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    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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  • DianeB
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    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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  • PJL
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    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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  • MrWoof
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    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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  • taheemr
    started a topic Accelerated Possesion Orders

    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

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