Alternative Accommodation clause improves Eviction Success!

In any and all eviction proceedings there will always be a dual enquiry: 

1: The grounds of the eviction


2: When the tenant must vacate. 

These are equally important as the time-frame to vacate could be months after the order was granted. 

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There is light at the end of the tunnel for property investors! Evictions are being granted during the continuing State of National Disaster. So, how can you make sure that the Court considers your case favourably? 

Through careful consideration of the cases that resulted in successful evictions, we now have clarity on what is seen to be fair (or ‘just and equitable’ in law) and critically, the time-frame that must have been met before the Court will order the Sheriff to physically evict the tenant.

Read the full November 2020 Residential LeasePack Update

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  1. What can the landlord do if a tenant says they do not have Alternative Accommodation?

    1. In the eviction application proceedings, a landlord can show that alternative accommodation is available elsewhere through an example of adverts in the area.