Can bailiffs break in to my home with a repossession order on my home for not paying mortgage?

  1. Once the court has decided that your home can be repossessed the court does not automatically send a bailiff. Your mortgage lender is able to apply to the court for a ‘warrant of possession’ which will allow a bailiff to remove you from the property.
    A repossession, or eviction, can often be stopped but you will need to take action quickly. Talk to immediate bank claims they have information and can give you advice on what to do next.
    check their website out http://immediatebankclaims.co.uk/
  2. If your lender has obtained an outright possession order on your property, they can go back to the court and apply for a ‘warrant of possession’. Only once this warrant has been granted are court bailiffs permitted to remove you from your property.
    You may potentially be able to delay or stop the bailiffs coming to your property by requesting an emergency hearing at the court. The court however would need to be satisfied that there is a good reason for this.

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Once the court has decided that your home can be repossessed the court does not automatically send a bailiff. Your mortgage lender is able to apply to the court for a ‘warrant of possession’ which will allow a bailiff to remove you from the property.
A repossession, or eviction, can often be stopped but you will need to take action quickly. Talk to immediate bank claims they have information and can give you advice on what to do next.
check their website out http://immediatebankclaims.co.uk/

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