Most evictions by bailiffs are on hold until after 31 May.
Your landlord can still give you notice and the courts are dealing with eviction cases.
Notice to leave from a private landlord
Most private renters have assured shorthold tenancies.
Your landlord must give you a section 21 notice or a section 8 notice as a first step to eviction if you have this type of tenancy.
There are different rules if you live with your landlord:
Facing harassment or illegal eviction?
Most private renters can't be evicted legally without a court order.
Find out what to do if a landlord harasses you or pressures you to leave your home.
Council or housing association tenants
Your landlord should only evict you as a last resort.
Get advice now as there are steps you can take to try and keep your home.
Only court bailiffs can carry out an eviction
Bailiffs must give 2 weeks' notice of an eviction date.
Last updated: 29 March 2021