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Form N119: Give details of a claim to gain possession of a rented residential property

Use this form ('particulars of claim') with Form N5 to tell a court why you're seeking possession, for example if a tenant hasn't complied with the tenancy terms. Includes guidance notes N119A, N7A and N7B.

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Particulars of claim for possession (Form N119)

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Manylion hawliad i feddiannu (adeilad preswyl ar rent) (Ffurflen N119) / Particulars of claim for possession (Rented residential premises) (Form N119)

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Published 1 April 2010
Last updated 22 October 2018 + show all updates
  1. Added revised form N119 bilingual that includes GDPR information.
  2. N119 (English) updated
  3. First published.