Urgent appeals in warrant suspension cases – NearlyLegal

Posted August 2nd, 2013 in appeals, civil procedure rules, housing, news, repossession, warrants by sally

“We’ve all been there. Perhaps more frequently, litigants in person have been there (although hopefully not the same LiP over and over again). A warrant for possession is due to be executed the next day. It may even be the same day. The occupier has applied to a District Judge to suspend the warrant. The District Judge has, rightly or wrongly, dismissed that application. The occupier, understandably (even more so if the DJ fell into the ‘wrongly’ category), wants to appeal that decision.”

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NearlyLegal, 1st August 2013

Source: www.nearlylegal.org.uk