9:33 AM, 4th May 2022, About 3 weeks ago 18
Hi everyone, I have recently been to court and got an order for a tenant who is in arrears with over £15000 of rental payments.
The tenant was given until the 27th of April by the court to move out.
However, he is still there and we can not instruct the bailiffs as the court has yet to send the actual order.
We are in Sheffield and my question is to see from other landlords if this is the same up and down the country and how long is it taking?
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