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Pound Behind
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So after a week or so of trying to compromise i have hit a brick wall and feel the only option is to go to court. The situation is a relationship breakdown and one half of the joint tenants has given valid notice to quit. After speaking with the other tenant there is no compromise and they are basically staying put with no intention of leaving, we cannot agree creating a new tenancy.

So after some advice from the RLA i have been told that if the tenant refuses to leave i can apply direct to the court by applying for possession with forms N5 and N119.

I have never been to court before so any pointers and what to expect here would be very helpful

05/06/2018 15:59

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