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Q: Do I still need to carry on with the eviction process if my tenant leaves the property?

Do I still need to carry on with the eviction process if my tenant leaves the property during this period and gives me back their keys?

From Carly Bennett | Middlesborough | 21/09/2010 | Tenants


Even if your tenant has given you back the keys to your property let (meaning you can take immediate possession of the property); if you have applied to the courts for an eviction, I recommend that you carry the eviction through to the end and update the courts on your situation.

It may sound like a lot of unnecessary work, but halting the proceedings part way through will be a lot more hassle.

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