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"75000 homes likely to be repo'd this year, many in london area", many with tenants - evicted at a few days notice,

i thought the law had been changed on this to give 7 weeks notice?

might be repeated this eve on bbc london 6.30pm

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"75000 homes likely to be repo'd this year, many in london area", many with tenants - evicted at a few days notice,

i thought the law had been changed on this to give 7 weeks notice?

It has.

This is poor reporting (so what's new)

tim

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It has.

This is poor reporting (so what's new)

tim

beeb is showing footage of people supposedly kicked out on a few days notice, Shelter came on saying they hope the law will change...

so it doesnt look like the law's protecting non-btl mortgage 'tenants'

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beeb is showing footage of people supposedly kicked out on a few days notice, Shelter came on saying they hope the law will change...

so it doesnt look like the law's protecting non-btl mortgage 'tenants'

It only changed in April. Are you sure this is recent evictions?

tim

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"75000 homes likely to be repo'd this year, many in london area", many with tenants - evicted at a few days notice,

i thought the law had been changed on this to give 7 weeks notice?

might be repeated this eve on bbc london 6.30pm

From shelter website

Since April 2009, lenders are required to send a letter to the property addressed to 'the ocupiers', informing people living at the property of the date of court hearing. They have to do this within five days of the hearing date being confirmed by the court. You should therefore always open post addressed to 'the occupiers' - do nto assume that it is junk mail.

After this, the only ntoice that you will be given is if the court agrees to give the lender possession. If this happens, the court will send a notice to the landlord and 'any other occupiers', informing them of the date that the bailiffs will be coming to repossess the property. This notice (form N54) may only give a few days' notice of an eviction, so get advice immediately if you receive one.

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