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Court Forms in Possession Claims

COURT FORM

           TITLE OF COURT FORM

COURT FEES

N119

Particulars  of claim possession

N5

Claim form for possession order

£325(PCOL)

£355(paper)

N5B

Claim form for possession order of accelerated possession

£325(PCOL)

£355(paper)

N215

Certificate of service

-

N325

Warrant of possession

£121

N325a

Warrant of possession(new form)

£121

N244

Application to the court

£255

N11

Defence form(standard possesion claim)

-

N11b

Defence form(accelerated possession claim)

-

N161

Appeal the eviction

£140



If you're evicting a tenant in England, there are certain court forms and documents you'll need to use. You can find out more about the Section 21 Notice  and the Section 8 Notice by following these links. Read on for more information.

The first court form you'll need is called an 'Application for Possession Order'. This is the form you'll use to start your possession claim.

You can get this form from your local court or from the Government's website. The court will also need a copy of your tenancy agreement.

Once you've filled in the form, you'll need to send it to the court, along with the court fee. The court will then set a hearing date and time, and will send copies of the form and notice of hearing to both you and the tenant.

At the hearing, the court will decide whether or not to make a possession order. If the order is granted, the court will set a date for the tenant to leave the property.

The court may also order the tenant to pay any rent that is owed, as well as your court fees.

If you're successful in getting a possession order, you can then use it to evict the tenant if they don't leave by the date set by the court.

You can find more information about eviction and possession claims on the Government's website.