A Warrant for Possession is a court order that allows the enforcement agent to take control of your property and remove you from it. Your landlord is the one who requests it when they are under the impression that you either overstayed the premises or are not complying with the conditions made by the landlord. This can be enforced by bailiffs, police or other authorities. It is advisable to take legal help from a UK based Planning Consultant for this as they can also help you out with other issues like Appealing or 4 Year – 10 Year Rule, etc
There are two types of Possession Orders:
– An Outright Order
– A Suspended Order
Once an Outright Warrant is granted by the court it means that this order will be carried out immediately (usually within two weeks). The Warrant of Possession will be executed by either police or enforcement agents that are employed privately to do so through the legal process, however, they cannot break into your property without permission from the court.
On the other hand, a Suspended Warrant for Possession means it is only granted if you have breached the conditions within an order and this has been brought to the attention of the court. If you are in breach, then they will grant it to your landlord or agent and this Warrant for Possession can be executed by either police or enforcement agents but is considered more severe than an Outright Warrant because it means that breaching conditions within a suspended order gives rise to forfeiture with no further warnings required beforehand.
Post COVID Conditions
During the coronavirus pandemic, there was a ban on the eviction order. But today, Bailiffs and enforcement can enforce the warrant of possession and may ask you to leave the premises. However, they were forbidden to act again someone who is either under isolation or having/showing symptoms of COVID-19.
Bailiffs are not required to give you time to gather their possessions before removing you off the property, so your landlord may be stuck dealing with your things after you have left.
FEES and Time Frame.
There are no fees for requesting the Possession Order from The NSW Civil and Administrative Tribunal (NCAT). But the Sherrif Office and NSW will charge you for the execution of the Order.
Within the 30 days of the Warrant for Possession, you have to request for the execution of the warrant. When an order for immediate possession is placed, a warrant can be requested once the Tribunal orders are served on the tenant/co-tenant/resident.
What if there is a delay in the decisions of the Sherrif?
There may be times when Sherrif’s Office is unable to process your request over 28 days. This delay might lead to your resubmission of the request for the Warrant for Repossession. There can be many reasons behind the delay like public holidays, the unavailability of a Sheriff’s Officer in regional NSW or where an NCAT stay order has been made pending an appeal.
You can ask the NCAT for the Order. You will need to explain:
- the reason for your request
- when you made arrangements with the Office of the Sheriff and paid the fee
- why the original warrant was not executed in time.
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