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Do they have children together?
Okay, then all he needs to do is give her reasonable notice, say 14 days to leave, and then he is entitled to ask her to leave and/or change the locks.
He could use reasonable force to remove her after 14 days if he wished to. The longer he gives her the better in many ways, it allows everybody more chance to get sorted, but more importantly, it makes any court highly unlikely to intervene. If he did try and remove her without giving reasonable notice, then there is a possibility that the court would intervene and allow her a reasonable period to remain until she had the chance to look for somewhere else. Usually 14 days is acceptable.
There is no set rule about this though, and equally, 7 days could be acceptable too.
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Well he needs to get a little tougher with her because there isn't else he needs to do. He could apply to the court for a possession order if he wanted to, but he doesn't need to.
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She can demand anything she likes - it doesn't mean she is entitled to it or that she will get it!
He has to stand his ground if he doens't want to pay her this sum (or other sum).