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Eviction Ban Lifted – Housing Law

1st June 2021 marked an important change in Landlord & Tenant possession proceedings.

The section 21 Notice that was extended to a 6-month notice was reduced to 4-month notice.

The section 8 Notice was also extended to a 4-week notice requiring 6 month arrears was reduced to a 4-week notice requiring 4 month arrears.

The county court bailiffs are able to enforce possession orders.

Changes are gradually being made, giving a more positive outlook to those landlords who have been unable to take possession of their property back during the coronavirus pandemic.

For advice and representation in possession proceedings in Enfield contact Adel Jibs & Co Solicitors on 02034173859.



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