On 16 January 2014 at Blackfriars Crown Court, a man was convicted of two counts of wounding with intent, after an eviction by a Court bailiff went horribly wrong. A lawful Possession Order and Warrant for Eviction had been obtained by the Landlord. However it was found that little was known about the man who was being evicted by the housing association. The bailiffs went ill prepared and the tenant is reported to have shot at the bailiff and the housing officer.
This is an extreme response and the situation need not be so bad. If your Landlord has applied for a warrant to evict you then there may still be a possibility that a Court can be asked to stop or delay the eviction. If you have received a Warrant for Eviction from the Court, or you need help and advice in relation to any problems with your tenancy, do not hesitate to contact us to see if we can assist you.