which case, it is most unlikely that you would get the costs of having an
eviction order set aside awarded in your favour because there are arrears and
they appear to be entitled to apply for eviction. It's just that the judge has
decided, for whatever reason, that it is not appropriate at this stage.
is something that should have been dealt with when you were at the hearing to
set the eviction aside and you would be now faced with making a further
application. If the further application fails, you stand a chance of actually
getting the costs of the further application awarded against you. It is not
something that I would recommend.
this is a case whereby you had agreed that they would not apply for possession
or eviction, provided you made certain payments and that you make those
payments without fail, as agreed, but regardless, they applied for possession
and eviction, then there is a possibility that you may get costs, but no
guarantee and it depends if you want to take that risk.
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