0:03 AM, 25th April 2023, About 10 months ago 7
Hello, I have received a court order that says: The claimant has leave to entry without further order if the defendant defaults.
I have a property in Brighton and the tenant has not paid rent for 11 months. Since I started the possession proceedings, the tenant has used tactical allegations every time he attended the hearings.
After the defendant had failed more than once in filing and serving his defence, the court had to issue an order which stated: The defendant to file and serve his defence by 12 May 2023. In default, the defence henceforth be struck out and the claimant has leave to entry without further order. Matter adjourned for directions hearing to 10 July 2023.
I am not sure what I could do after the deadline of 12th May if the tenant defaults. Any help from the Property 118 community would be greatly appreciated.
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