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  1. At a possession hearing is it better to ask the court to dismiss the case and pay the court costs of £100? Or to have the case adjourned generally with permission to restore on terms that the current rent plus a regular portion of the arrears is paid with the court costs of £100 to be reserved? To cut a long story short I am endeavoring to help a friend out with a possession hearing on his Housing Association flat. This came about because of arrears of rent as the Local Authority cancelled his Housing Benefit because the DWP advised him to cease his JSA claim and become self employed. His
  2. Hi - URGENT! I wonder if anyone can help please? In March 201 (ie 20 months ago) I had arrears of about £50,000 on my 530,000 mortgage. Derbyshire Home Loans took me to court and got a possession order which I was able to suspend subject to paying an extra £800 a month on top of the contracted monthly amount of £2300. I am self employed and have had a very difficult summer with clients deferring business until November/December/January. This has meant that I am 3 months behind with my new payments (although and including one payment I made last month (September)). I heard nothing from them bu
  3. Hi, I've had a section 8 claim filed against me that will be heard in September. I plan on counterclaiming for a number of issues, one of which being that my deposit hasn't been protected. However, from reading a lot of forum posts, I can see that due to current caselaw, if the landlord protects the deposit up to the date of the hearing, I won't be awarded a 3x penalty. Therefore, I'm not keen to put the information of the deposit in my counterclaim form as it will obviously give time for the LL to get around it. I was wondering if there is any way at all that I can raise the is
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