possession order


Related to possession order: repossession order

possession order

n
(Law) (in Britain) a court order that entitles a landlord legally to evict a tenant or squatter and regain possession of the property
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possession order

n (Brit Jur) → Räumungsbefehl m
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A District Judge has adjourned the council's case for a possession order in order to take possession of the house in Coronation Road.
Assuming that the possession order is granted at the hearing, the court bailiffs will then enforce the order.
An interim possession order was issued at Liverpool Civil Court last week ordering them to leave.
An Anglesey council spokesperson said: "We W were successful in obtaining a possession order and a warrant to evict travellers occupying land at Mona Industrial Estate.
JAILED Blues owner Carson Yeung has been allowed to keep his luxury Hong Kong home after a bank agreed not to execute a possession order to take back the property.
1800/- as fee, while it was observed that no such notice for payment of the fees had been given to the complainant; yet However the complainant paid the due amount on 03-12-2013 as such the issue was resolved and KMC issued the possession order which was handed over by the Provincial Ombudsman Asad Ashraf Malik.
Rugby Borough Council served notice on the group on Thursday, just hours after a court granted a possession order.
One man living in Dryburn Road was jailed for 35 days and a woman in Norton Avenue has left her home after a Possession Order was served against her.
And following submissions from both the local authority and Shelter Cymru, who were representing Mr Williams, District Judge David Morgan agreed to allow him a further seven days to prepare an appeal against the possession order.
Summary: The owners of a wind turbine factory being occupied by workers has won a possession order today.
Possession order suspended so you can try to keep repaying.
Allan, whose colours were carried to victory in the 1984 St Leger by Commanche Run, sued Glory Clibbery, and her 76-year-old mother, Marguerite, seeking a possession order for The Gables which stands in four acres of ground adjourning the town's gallops.