When the court must order eviction for antisocial behaviour

The court must make an outright possession order if the council or housing association prove a ‘mandatory antisocial behaviour ground’. 

The order sets a date for you to leave your home. 

Your landlord is using a mandatory antisocial behaviour ground if your notice:

  • lists Ground 7A and you have an assured tenancy
  • states the court will be asked to make an order under section 84A and you have a secure tenancy

These grounds can only be used in specific situations. For example, if you’ve been convicted of certain offences in the local area.

https://england.shelter.org.uk/housing_advice/eviction/council_and_housing_association_tenants_eviction_for_antisocial_behaviour

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