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Hi, I’m Lea and I will be assisting you with your query today.
I am very sorry to hear about your dilemma, but will do my best to provide you with advice and guidance on what to do next. You say your boyfriend has been evicted 'by the agents' - was there a possession order granted by a court? Please give more details on what actually happened.
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Was notice served on you - if yes, what type of notice, a s21 or s8?
Did the landlord take you to court?
Was a possession order granted?
So how have you been evicted?
You really need to answer my questions or we will be going around in circles.
You started by saying 'been evicted'. Has an eviction actually taken place, as in, are you still in the property or have you moved out?
I don't see that you have a legal problem then. You started with that you have been evicted - if you had been, and there was no court order, that would be an illegal eviction for which you would have a claim. That hasn't happened. You haven't even been served with notice.
If your landlord wishes to sell the property, that is their right. They can have people view the property by giving you reasonable notice, even if you have an ongoing tenancy agreement. Your tenancy agreement doesn't stop them selling the property - the property would just be sold with you as tenants.
Then it is as I explained above.
That's correct - if your agreement states that.
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