Defending an Eviction - Warrant of Eviction

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The warrant is issued by the ACAT registry and authorises the police to ensure that the landlord gains vacant possession of the premises.

The warrant will specify the day and time the eviction will take place, and the police must give the tenant at least 2 days notice of that day, unless the landlord can show there are special circumstances that justify eviction without such notice (s 40).

ACT Civil and Administrative Tribunal 6207 1740

dispute resolution and enforcement of tenancy legislation
www.acat.act.gov.au

 

Information supplied courtesy of the Tenants Union of ACT

Further information and advice for ACT tenants can be sourced from

www.tenantsact.org.au