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In a claim for possession of a residential property and agricultural land where there is no written tenancy agreement, is it necessary to name any known occupiers as defendants in the application in addition to naming the tenant?

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Published on LexisPSL on 16/09/2016

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  • In a claim for possession of a residential property and agricultural land where there is no written tenancy agreement, is it necessary to name any known occupiers as defendants in the application in addition to naming the tenant?

In a claim for possession of a residential property and agricultural land where there is no written tenancy agreement, is it necessary to name any known occupiers as defendants in the application in addition to naming the tenant?

In possession proceedings, the defendant will usually be the tenant(s) named in the

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