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I have read through your information. Rather than evicting the tenants I would look at instructing another agency and ask them to recover the sums that are due, if the tenant has been paying these. However, if you want to evict the tenants then you have the right to do this. However, it is important to note that the courts are not allowing any evictions to be heard until the 25 June this year so you will not be able to take any action at the moment I am afraid, and I would suspect that even once the courts are open there is going to be some extreme delay in getting round to new cases are there will be thousands of back logged cases. You can, of course, wait and do this or as I have suggested you can also look at instructing a different agency to try and retrieve the sums which the housing association have not yet paid (and are refusing) to pay to you.
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