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Hello my name is ***** ***** I will help you with this.
1. If you are sure it has been delivered then no.
Ideally you need a read receipt or delivery receipt to show it has been actioned.
2. Legally its a lodger agreement, it can be terminated at any time.
It makes no difference whether or not it was for 6 months, it could be ended with a months notice.
3. She could try and say its 5 months notice, but it says it can be terminated with a months notice.
In any event a lodger has no rights, you don't need a Court order etc to evict. They are there on licence.
Can I clarify anything for you about this today please?
Thank you, ***** ***** more clarification. If relations become further strained, am I bound to 1 months notice?
Because that is what your contract says
If you dont you could be sued for breach of contract.
That would be 1 months lodgings somewhere else
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