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Hi, thanks for your question.
-Is she in England or Wales
-What kind of tenancy does she have?
-What are the reasons for eviction and what stage has the landlord reached?
Unfortunately, as it is an assured shorthold tenancy she has little chance of attempting to keep the property especially as a possession order has been granted. The landlord will now have the right to apply for a Notice of Eviction which states the date and time that the property must be handed back, and on this date and time the bailiff can force their way in to claim possession. She has the right to apply to suspend the notice, but as it is an AST it will only be for a small amount of time, but this will be difficult if she is in hospital.
Upon repossession the landlord cannot dispose of her property and must store these for a short time until arrangements are made by her. It will therefore be important to communicate with the landlord so that they are aware of her situation.
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