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Assistant: How can I help? My landlord court first hearing

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Customer: My landlord court first hearing court order - and i dont understand what hallaned at court
Assistant: Where are you? It matters because laws vary by location.
Customer: Newham london
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Customer: Can i have a contact number so i can discuss with you futher please
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Customer: Went to court - i was advised properly by the duty solictors. Court awarded 21 days. I want to know my rights to appeal and what happans next

Hello my name is Jamie and I will help you. I am just reviewing your question. This is an email service so there may be delays when responding.

What is it you want to know about this today please?

Customer: replied 14 days ago.
So I went to court on the 5th november - was for rent arrears - was less then two months. And the court ordered it as 21 days to leave. But i think this was a descretion and not actually a eviction. I want to know my grands to appeal and want to know if i am able to stay longer and the process

Have been late on numerous occasions?

Customer: replied 14 days ago.
Yes - but the court ordered 21 days.
Customer: replied 14 days ago.
To my understanding - if i dont leave they wil have to re apply to court to get baliffs this is what i wish to know?.

Yes. The process it this.

They serve notice to quit. If you do not leave then they apply to court for an order for possession.

If you do not leave they will apply to Court for bailiffs.

Can I clarify anything for you about this today please

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