Writ of Possessions – Residential
Strikes operate High Court Enforcement service, under the authority of our High Court Enforcement Officer (HCEO), Claire Sandbrook.
Residential Landlords can instruct us to repossess there property once an Order for Possession is obtained from the County Court.
Once we have received your Order for Possession, we then uplift this to the High Court for the High Court Writ of Possession. A court fee of £71.00 is payable at this point to the High Court.
After receiving the Writ of Possession, our agents will attend the property to serve a notice under the current legislation giving your tenant 14 days’ Notice of the impending Eviction.
On the date and time specified on this Notice, our Agents will attend the property with our locksmith to carry out the repossession, including taking photos, meter readings, overseeing the lock change, placing the notices at the property and issuing a full report.
Please note: if you are at the early stage of the process, our agents are able to serve either the required Section 8 or Section 21 Notices.