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I will definitely be receiving an eviction notice, can i leave first?

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Hi, I hope someone can give me advice on my situation. I will definitely be receiving an eviction notice from my counicl as i have substantial rent arrears. if i give my council notice that i will be leaving, can i still be evicted? i would rather leave first so that i dont have an eviction against my name making it hard for me to rent in the future.

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Hi

 

Could you please give us a better brief on your circumstances from the start minus any personal details till it has reached this stage to give you the best advice i.e.

 

Type of tenancy agreement.

Rent arrears total or approximate.

Have you previously had any payment plans in place.

Does your council housing have a Welfare Rights Officer.

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Suggest you contact Shelter asap.

they may be able to sort something out for you, so you can stay, if you want to.

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IMO you can move to avoid eviction, provided you give due NTQ, but Council will prob get a CCJ for rent arrears anyway & this with a poor credit/payment record will put off future LLs more than being evcted

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