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The difference is that if this was a section 8 the authority will probably regard you as intentionally homeless and not give you permanent housing if it was a section 21 you could just say that you were evicted because the landlord wanted his property back.

If it was a section 21 you should also have had two months notice before proceedings were commenced(in most cases).


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Are u kidding? Hotel. They didn'classify me as homeless as far as I can pay for hotel.

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Are u kidding? Hotel. They didn'classify me as homeless as far as I can pay for hotel.

 

I don't remember mentioning a hotel

 

Sorry i do not understand, you are saying you have plenty of money, so what is your problem?

 

Landlords just sometimes want their property back, it is their property and as long as they follow the correct legal procedures they have a perfect right to it.

 

I am unsure why you are here TBH.


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Borrowing money from friends to pay for a hotel means'having plenty of money'???

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You are playing games here.


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Yeah, I write posts here just for fun. I'm looking for some help. If I would be able to pay for it, I would go to a solicitor.

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I think a solicitor would probably want to know what it is you are trying to achieve.


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I did not come here to read that sort of comments. If you think that I play games-just leave.

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I am simply asking the question, what is it you want to achieve here.


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Yeah, I write posts here just for fun. I'm looking for some help. If I would be able to pay for it, I would go to a solicitor.

 

Earlier you said you had a 'no win no fee' solicitor ???

 

If so, then they can do the below, if not then you will have to.

 

You need to establish if the correct process was followed for all aspects.

 

1. Given that an Order for Possession was granted, the Court must have been satisfied that the correct process leading up to that point was followed. However, you should contact Yeovil CC and request details of the case.

 

2. You then need to find out who evicted you (probably DCBL http://www.dcbltd.com/). It would be worth calling them and asking them for details of the writ, how it was obtained (it was on the cusp of new procedures) and what notices were sent to you and when.

 

Once you have that you can either decide for yourself whether you were illegally evicted, seek proper legal advice or post all the information up here and seek guidance from the forum. You should remember that anything posted here is merely guidance and should not be treated as legal advice.

 

Until you've established the above there's very little this forum can help you with.

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