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Courts could find themselves under pressure to list complicated cases brought by private landlords if housing possession proceedings resume next month, the Gazette has been told.

 

However, Sally Denton, senior solicitor at Nottingham Law Centre, said tenants in such cases will need representation the most amid concern over plans that could result in vulnerable tenants being evicted without help from a duty solicitor.

 

Yesterday, the Gazette revealed that Brentford County Court is consulting on proposals to hear possession cases remotely when a 90-day suspension on all housing possession proceedings is lifted. The court’s ‘present thinking’ is that in the first instance, the court will arrange and conduct possession hearings by telephone or Skype.

 

Court notices will point out that there will almost certainly be no duty solicitor scheme. Other London courts are believed to have issued similar letters.

 

https://www.lawgazette.co.uk/news/courts-could-come-under-pressure-to-hear-complicated-possession-cases-quickly/5104406.article

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This will have serious implications going forward, one to keep an eye on.

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