When a Bailiff Warrant executed for rent arrears is NOT an Eviction?

When a Bailiff Warrant executed for rent arrears is not an Eviction?

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It would seem that Northampton along with other councils use two sets of figures and define it an eviction ONLY if the tenant is still in residence on the actual day a warrant is executed.

 

So last year 63 warrants were executed BUT only 24 as evictions?

 

Northampton Defend Council Housing have just sent the following challenge

With reference to NBC1022-677/13

Which gave the following numbers to the question

April

0

NBC1022-677

May

1

NBC1022-677

June

2

NBC1022-677

Could I ask for some qualification?

Is this an answer to the request? Which was ‘the number of Bailiff Warrants executed for rent arrears’.

It is possible (and looks like) I have been given NBC HouseMark return figures?

For guildance:

NBC seem to use two sets of figures

 

2010/11

2011/12

2012/13

Bailiff Warrants executed

66

53

63

Evictions – HouseMark Return

23

13

24

 

 

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