A Possession Order is a Court Order that is normally due to Mortgage Arrears. This is the outcome of Legal Proceedings started by your Mortgage Lender which results in a Claim for Possession of Property and leads to a Mortgage Possession Hearing.

Defending a Possession Order

If you do not defend the claim the court will make a Possession Order. Normally the Court will grant a 28 Day Possession Order which means that you will have to give the Lender Possession of the Property in 28 days. The Court will send you the Possession Order and it will detail the date that you must leave the property, or give Possession to the Lender. Most people do not leave on this date at it is at this point the Lender can write to court and explain that you have not given them Possession and ask the Court issue an Eviction Notice this is where the court send a Bailiff with a Locksmith to change your locks and effectively remove you from the property.
 
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