Answer

The starting point is to serve the tenant with a notice requiring possession of the property, some tenants will vacate the property as per the notice.

If the tenant does not vacate the property, the next step is to issue a County Court Claim for possession, this often results in the Court ordering the tenant to give up possession of the property by a certain date.

In the event that the tenant fails to give up possession of the property, the final stage if needs be, is to appoint a County Court Bailiff to evict the tenant.

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