What if the defaulting tenant lives outside the EU?
Usually jurisdiction is allowed in the country of residence of the defaulting Tenant. However, if our legal team is able to serve the Defaulting Tenant while they are in the UK we will do so. The alternative is to apply for special jurisdiction which would be time-consuming and costly. Given this, the ideal is to serve a Section 146 Notice to the tenant but this can only be done with full DirectorsÕ approval and would necessitate (post February 2005) to be a sanctioned by the First Tier Tribunal first.