If you didn’t have a new address,then the last known address (the property) is good for service. The court assumes that will have their mail forwarded. However, if she makes an application to set aside the possession order, the court will have to hear it and you will have to defend it.
I can’t understand why she is applying to set aside the order if she has already moved out.
Obviously, we have no idea what she is counter claiming until she issues her counterclaim which could before anything, lack of repairs, compensation for failure to protect deposit, a whole load of different things including things that she may allege which are not actually true and you would have to defend.
If part of your claim was for rent which she had not paid, she will also struggle to prove that she has paid the rent if she hasn’t.
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There is a formal process. She will have to make a formal application to the court and you could apply to have the application to have the order for possession dismissed on the basis that she doesn’t live in the property any more. I can’t think for one moment why she is doing that.
There is no reason that I can see why you should not go ahead with the sale of the property.
She can apply to have the money order set aside if she has a good reason as to why she didn’t turn up in court and she can prove to the court that she has a reasonable defence to your claim.
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