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Is the deposit protected now or clarify whether it has been returned?
Ok - so has the deposit been protected? Yes or no
Please clarify whether or not the deposit is protected? I can't tell you the answer until you let me know this.
Ok - then its bad news. It is a LEGAL REQUIREMENT to have it protected.
You need to protect it. Then once its protected you can serve a notice for them to leave.
Then if they dont you can seek a Court order for possession.
You would need to complete form N5:
The Court would list the matter for hearing and decide whether to give possession.
But to be clear, you can NOT evict them without a Court order.Can I clarify anything for you about this today please?Alex
No, you MUST do that now before taking ANY step to evict, such as a notice.
But you can do it now
Does that clarify?Alex
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