Unconditional Possession Order
It is the sort of order which property owners seek, which obligates the tenant to leave the premises by a specific date (usually 2-4 weeks after the order has been granted), otherwise the bailiffs might be called in to carry out the eviction. In certain scenarios, there may be a bit more lenience shown, with judges allowing tenants to stay up to 6 weeks once the order is given should they be ill or if they’ve got young children.
In this case, the tenant will not have to vacate and is granted to be able to stay in the property. Usually, this takes place if the judge feels that an eviction is not really justified. This is basically one last chance for the renting individual to prove they are fit to rent the property, but whenever they break the conditions, the property owner will be well within their legal rights to apply to the courts for the eviction by the bailiffs.
Adjourn the Case
This can materialize if more research and information is needed to make a proper case, a judge might postpone the decision. In the meantime, all parties, landlord and renting individual need to provide more evidence to make their case. If there is a disagreement amongst the tenant and the landlord on the legal documentation that was filed or certain things in the tenancy contract, this can result in a court case being adjourned. Lack of information can also be another factor this might happen.
Case Is Dismissed
If the property owner has applied for an Eviction without having the necessary grounds, the judge will choose to dismiss the case additionally, the renting individual will remain legally entitled to stay in the property.Money Judgment Order. Apply for a Section 21 Notice Form
This is a verdict where, regardless whether the tenant can stay or not, she or he will be required to pay whatever sum they owe a landlord.