The Possibility of Losing Everything Including My House

I have been on a pitch for over 8yrs with a contract and have now been told to move off within 2weeks or go to court.

With out this snack van I will lose my house and everything with it. I have all ways maintained the land and kept it clean and also got rid of all my own rubbish at my expense.

I also took a lot of the rubbish from the local shops to help them out as well.

I have never been told that I was not to be there, or to move on or that I have no legal right to be their. At this stage I don’t know what to do. Have you any ideas or can you help me?

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Nov 15, 2009
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Stand Your Ground - Fight For Your Business
by: Anonymous

I am no expert but I think you should take your contract to a solicitor to verify the contents and to find out if what your landlord is doing is legal. If there is something wrong with the contract or they are breaching it - a good solicitor will be able to tell you.

Also don?t feel threatened by the prospect of going to court.As they may make a decision in your favour.Two weeks is not enough time to give someone notice which could result in them losing their home and business.

Please stand your ground and let us know the out come, if you need anymore help please contact me anytime.

Regards
David

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