Section 21 of the Housing Act
Landlord must issue tenants with a written notice if they want to evict tenants from their rented property. The notice should be serve in certain way in order for the notice to be valid.
After the expiry of the notice, if the tenant still remains in the property the landlord or their agent can apply to their nearest county court for permission to evict their tenant.
Depending on the procedure followed, the Court may either set a date for hearing or issue their judgement i.e. issue the date of eviction.
Despite the notice or the Court's judgement, the Tenant may still be residing in the property. If this to the case, the Landlord may apply for further permission from the Court to authorise bailiffs. This is to forcefully remove the tenant from the property. If the Court allow permission, the bailiffs will send a final notice hand delivered to tenant's property with the date of enforcement. Tenant must leave by the enforcement day or they will be forced out of the property.