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    Any idea how much it costs to get the services of the court baillif when eviction finally happens, I am in the process of getting possession of my flat on the grounds of section 8 10 and 11 but to date the tenant doesn't seem to want to co-operate so i have a suspiscion it will end up with an eviction by the baillif

  • #2
    I believe it's £95, but I may be out of date.

    P.P.
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      Does the Court not provide this information?
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      • #4
        Originally posted by P.Pilcher View Post
        I believe it's £95, but I may be out of date.

        P.P.
        I was quoted that amount at the end of last year.

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