In many cases, the judge will issue a possession order at this stage and the usual judicial procedure will apply, including the need to apply for an arrest warrant on the possession of land (bailiff`s arrest warrant) if the tenant does not go until the date ordered by the court. The lease you have depends on the facts of your situation, not what your agreement says. For example, if you pay rent to a private landlord who does not reside in your home and you have agreed to a 6-month lease agreement, you will likely have a secure short construction contract (or an insured rental agreement in Scotland). This is the case even if your agreement says something else. Check the type of rental you have. It is always advisable to enter into a written contract to protect the legal rights of one of the parties when entering into a transaction in which money is exchanged between two parties and to have as evidence in the event of a dispute during the lease. . . .