Hi, thank you for your question. If a Notice of Eviction has already been issued you can provide this to the tenant which they can take to the council to seek accommodation. They do not need to wait until the actual date and can rely on the notice already made by the court. As the tenant appears to have already moved out and you have received a notice of eviction you would be entitled to change the locks but you should keep the belongings so that the tenant can collect them as you have a duty to care for the belongings for a reasonable time and inform the tenant to be able to collect.
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