Thank for your answer and information on this
When you mention that I will be liable for costs, will the costs take effect from when the possession order is actually issued?
What can happen if I evacuate the apartment by the time in the course of the time that the order is being issued?
What do you advice to do in order to ask for extra time? Is there some specific reason that is credible and to which I could make reference to for asking extra time by the landlady and the estate agent?
Is it likely for the landlady to allow me to stay extra in order for her not to have to go to the court?
Thank you for the information but I need to be more specific for what you mean (sorry for being a nuisance on this).
The property I am thinking of buying will be made available from April 13. If I stay and the landlady issues a court order what is possible legal cost that I will have to pay? Is there any other repercussion apart from the cost itself? I think that by the time I receive the court order I will have evaluated the flat. The cost for paying any legal expenses will be much lower for me than having to find somewhere else to live.
So if you can be more advice about the cost expenses that I will have to pay and if the consequences are only going to be financial in nature.
Thank you. I intend to continue paying the rent and for as long as I actually stay in the property.
So If I actually leave in April and before the bailiffs evict me the only possible cost would be the cost for issuing the court order and the bailiffs' costs.
Are there not any clear guidelines with regards XXXXX XXXXX costs are mounting up? So can the bailiffs just ask for £1000 as you are suggesting? Is there not a procedure when the matter gets there?
Thanks for your help as this is likely what I am going to do because I am interested in a property which as I said is not going to be available until April.
I don't want to keep you much longer.
However I just need to understand what I asked you earlier about how the bailiffs' costs are calculated and if there any regulations in place.
I don't understand what you mean that is a myth. Having to pay an additional £1000 would be reasonable but on what basis?
Can you advice if there is any place on the internet where I can find more information on this?
This is fine. Thank you.