How to resist or enforce possession orders after 6 years – 36 Bedford Row

Posted February 10th, 2016 in enforcement, news, repossession, time limits by sally

‘It is common theme in social housing that landlords who have obtained a possession order (whether outright or suspended) may exercise restraint and not seek to immediately enforce the order by a warrant for execution. Another common scenario is where a landlord has tried, perhaps repeatedly, to enforce possession but cannot do so because the tenant successfully applies to the Court for the warrant to be stayed.’

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36 Bedford Row, 28th January 2016