Uttlesford Council Tenancy Agreement

If you are interested in this position, please apply via our online recruitment link available on our website www.uttlesford.gov.uk/for-jobs/Applying-for-a-job If you have spent time as a trial tenant in another property before the start of your current lease, the time you spent there should be charged over the 12 months. For example, if you lived six months in your previous home, you should only spend six moths as an introductory tenant in your new home. If you have lived there for more than a year, you should immediately get a safe lease. The same applies if you had a start-up rental relationship in a housing company just before your communal rental. Most of the board`s tenants are safe tenants. The communication on the search for the property tells the tenant how to get help for his housing and problems, and stipulates that the procedure for obtaining a property order will be initiated by the District Court only after a specified date. This date is 4 weeks after the termination has been served on the tenant. The tenant then has 4 weeks to repair the violations and get help before taking action in court. Antisocial behavior – the 4-week « grace » exception is a possession-seeking communication that contains charges of antisocial behavior.

In this case, proceedings can be opened immediately before the district court, but the council must prove to the court that the conduct was so serious that a waiting period of 4 weeks was inappropriate given the impact of the behavior on the neighborhood. Court Order – The District Court judge must be satisfied that it is reasonable to issue a property order. The judge usually has two ways to issue a property order and, if the tenant does not leave the land, the bailiffs of the district court will dislodge them (after the Council has requested a property order); or the remedy may be deferred, with the Board being able to return to court if the tenant continues to fail to pay rent and arrears, continues to breach a condition, or implicate anti-social behaviour. . . .