Pre-proceedings letter in respect of determination order (LP009)

If a determination order issued by the Residential Tenancies Board (RTB) is not complied with it is possible to initiate enforcement proceedings in the District Court. Before initiating such proceedings there is the option of issuing a 'Pre-proceedings letter' and this document drafting process can be used to do so. This letter is addressed to the respondent, i.e. the individual against whom the order is to be enforced, stating that if the determination order is not complied with within a certain period of time (for example seven or 14 days), a case will be brought to the District Court to obtain an order of the court requiring the respondent to comply with the determination order. It is not an essential to send this letter but it is recommended. Furthermore, this letter is relevant to any application for costs that might be made to the court.

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