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Do You Want To Evict Your Tenant?

Eviction is a 3-step process; giving notice, seeking possession from the court, and then enforcement. You must ensure that your notices are correct, otherwise when you seek a possession order from the court, it will be denied. There are two types of notices, a Section 8 Notice, and a Section 21 Notice. There are advantages to each, and it is important to seek legal advice as to which would be the most appropriate in your current situation.

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Enforcement Methods in the Civil Courts

Once a judgement has been given by a County Court, it is unusual that any further action will need to be taken. In the vast majority of cases, the losing party will pay the amount ordered and business will continue as normal. However, there are occasions where the losing party will fail to comply with the judgement, and so something will need to be done in order to enforce the judgement.

Enforcement should be considered before proceedings are even commenced if the party with whom proceedings are brought is uninsured. The practical considerations that need to be addressed before commencing any sort of litigation is whether the opposing party would have the means to pay what you would be pursuing for. You could spend a lot of money on legal fees taking it forward, only to be unable to enforce the judgement.

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Unpaid Compensation in Employment Tribunal Claims

Hitting the news last week was the fact that Lucy Ward, former Leeds United employee, had still not received the compensation awarded to her by the employment tribunal months ago.  At the time, we reported on her successful claim of unfair dismissal and sex discrimination against the Club. 

Unfortunately, Ms Ward is part of a worrying statistic that a high proportion of claimants who are awarded compensation by the employment tribunal do not receive the money.  Less than half of all claimants receive their compensation in full, some receive only a small amount of the compensation awarded and over a third receiving absolutely nothing.  So, why does this happen?

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