No they did not get a Court order.
Yes they just broke the agreement without our agreement.
Normally when the locks are changed they notify all building users.
Yes but htey have said we cannot have access any more.
We asked for access for this morning at10:45 but no one came to le tus in.Actually it then happened that another building user who knew nothing of our circumstances passed by and let us in. But we have been told we may not go in tomorrow.
If they are in breach then you need to apply to Court for relief.
You should apply to the Court using form N5a
Or you could use form N1 http://hmctsformfinder.justice.gov.uk/courtfinder/forms/n001-eng.pdf
Then the Court would issue the claim
You are asking the Court for an Order that you be allowed back access.
If they are in breach of the lease and therefore in breach of contract you could sue for loss and damage.
But you need to fill out N5a and submit it to Court for relief
The matter should be listed for a hearing and a Judge will decide whether to grant possession back
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Sorry for the delay in getting back to you.
The links you gave me didn't work.
But I eventually tracked down form N5A.
I phoned Glasow Sherriff court but htey could not tell me which section dealt with the form.
I wonder if this is an English form ?
To finish this matter could you please confirm this is a Scottish form and if so which section of which court will deal with it.
Forgive me yes, this is the English form.
You need to go to the Sheriff's Office and ask for a form to fill out for relief.
You can apply for relief under the Law of Property Act 1925
Does this help?