National Statistics

Mortgage and landlord possession statistics: July to September 2014

This report presents official statistics on mortgage and landlord possession statistics in England and Wales for July to September 2014.

Documents

Mortgage and landlord possession statistical tables: July to September 2014

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Mortgage and landlord possession statistical data (zip)

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Pre-release list

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Detail

The bulletin presents the latest statistics on the numbers of mortgage and landlord possession actions in the county courts of England and Wales.

These statistics are a leading indicator of the number of properties to be repossessed and the only source of sub-national possession information. In addition to monitoring court workloads, they are used to assist in the development, monitoring and evaluation of policy both nationally and locally.

We are in the process of reviewing the case progression estimates that are used in this publication and would welcome any feedback, particularly on what they are used for.

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