Accelerated Possession - Form N5B - Section 21 "No Fault" Notice

If you issued a valid Section 21 Notice, you may use Form N5B to proceed with your case without needing to appear in court.  

This is called Accelerated Possession and the N5B form is the application to the Court to start this process.  It is appropriately-named because the tenant has 14 days to vacate the property from the date of the possession order. Rare and exceptional hardship to the tenant is the only ground allowed for extending the period of 14 days.
 
So, since by this stage the landlord will have complied with the Pre-Action Protocol and issued a valid Section 21 Notice, the legal groundwork has been laid and possession can move forward quickly.

Form N5B does include questions requiring knowledge of certain laws and legal terms. Ensure that it is completed properly.

Instruct us to be your agent by just sending us this simple “Submit Accelerated Possession N5B-Section 21 “No Fault” Notice-Form”.

 


Conditions for requesting Accelerated Possession via form N5B are :


the landlord must apply to the Court in the area in which the property is located 
the landlord applying must be the original landlord. 
 


The landlord must supply to the Court :


Form N5B itself
A copy of the first and latest tenancy agreement
Section 21 Notice and proof of service 
(such as a receipt for recorded delivery)
 

To complete an N5B Court Form for you we need your:


Assured Shorthold Tenancy (original and current Assured Shorthold Tenancy)
Section 21 Notice
Deposit Certification (if a deposit was taken)
HMO Licence copy (if relevant)

 

We act quickly, accurately and cost-effectively.

Instruct us to be your agent by just sending us this simple “Submit Accelerated Possession N5B-Section 21 “No Fault” Notice-Form”.