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People squat for a variety of reasons which include needing a home, protest, poverty, and recreation. We’ll send you a link to a feedback form. It can lead to 6 months in prison, a £5,000 fine or both. Many squats are residential, some are also opened as social centres. To help us improve GOV.UK, we’d like to know more about your visit today.
Although squatting in non-residential building or land is not in itself a crime, it’s a crime to damage the property. Don’t include personal or financial information like your National Insurance number or credit card details.
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Citizen Centre The police can enter and search a property to arrest someone they suspect of squatting. As a rule it is a crime not to leave land or property when instructed to do so. We’ll send you a link to a feedback form. This is sometimes known as ‘adverse possession’.
In terms of squatter rights and squatting United Kingdom calls this the 'law of adverse possession'.
Squatting in England and Wales usually refers to a person who is not the owner, taking possession of land or an empty house. You’ll be registered as the owner of the property if there’s no objection. Squatting is when someone deliberately enters property without permission and lives there, or intends to live there. Anyone who originally enters a property with the permission of the landlord is not a squatter.
The owner has 65 days to object - your application will usually be automatically rejected if they do. All content is available under the Open Government Licence v3.0, except where otherwise stated, Stop squatters legally possessing property, Repossessions, emergency housing and evictions, Council and housing association evictions, Coronavirus (COVID-19): guidance and support, Transparency and freedom of information releases, you, or a succession of squatters, have occupied the property continuously for 10 years (12 years if it’s not, you (or your predecessors) acted as owners of the property for the whole of that time, you (or any of your predecessors) did not have the owner’s permission, for example the property was not originally rented to a squatter, you’re still in possession of the property, inspect the property - you must pay a fee for this, let the property owner know, if they have their details. I just kept on reading...", - "For those who wish to stretch their mind that little bit further a unique story with plenty of humour,
The owner of a property has the right to eject squatters without serving notice or applying to a court for an eviction order. You may have to pay the costs of the owner, such as their reasonable legal fees, no matter what the outcome. It will take only 2 minutes to fill in.