Hello - my name is Leanne and it will be my pleasure to assist you today.
Is it a breach of the agreement to sub-let?
What type of agreement does the real tenant have?
It cant be an AST if you live in. The tenant does not have exclusive access to the whole house.
What you need to do is write to the sub-let tenants and ask them to leave within 28 days or say you will go to Court.
If they refuse then you can issue proceedings. They do not have a right to be there. You can complete form http://hmctscourtfinder.justice.gov.uk/courtfinder/forms/n005-eng.pdf
The Court will then list the matter for hearing and you can seek possession. If they refuse to leave then you can enforce it by sending in bailiffs
Does this answer your question?
All I can tell you is the legal route. If you are out of time to appeal all you can do is seek permission to appeal out of time
If that is refused or your appeal fails then the legal route ends. I am sorry
No....... You are the Landlord. They do not have a tenancy agreement with you.
But you will - they have no right to stay there. You can't get them out any other way, only the legal route
The Police wont help you.
This is a civil matter - they did not break into your house
You will it in and send it to your local County Court
You can do it
Then you can just issue proceedings if you already threatened that in the letter
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