Evictions - enforcement of possession orders
What is an eviction?
An eviction is the recovery of occupied property or land under a writ of possession. This type of writ is normally based upon a County Court Judgment but can also be a High Court order.
It can be obtained for many different reasons, for example, to remove squatters in a building, travellers on an open site, tenants who have failed to pay rent or where bankruptcy leads to a loss of a home.
When dealing with squatters the claimant has an automatic right of transfer using the standard transfer up process, but when dealing with non-squatters, such as a tenant for whom an order has been obtained, leave of the court is needed for the transfer by making application under Section 42 of the County Courts Act 1984.
Once the order is obtained this can be transferred to the High Court for enforcement by the High Court Enforcement Officer (HCEO).
How can Marston help?
We are experienced in enforcing evictions over a wide variety of circumstances, and understand the many considerations that need to be taken into account when planning an eviction, such as Health and Safety, the type of land or whether police support is required, along with any post-eviction queries and advice you need.
Read or download our brochure on the Enforcement of Possessions to find out more about how you can benefit from our methods of Enforcement and Eviction.
Want to contact us?
Please call us on: 0333 320 2549 and speak to us to discuss your specific case.