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Does he just rent a room in the house?Alex
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Given the fact that there has already been an Injunction rather than change the locks immediately I would suggest that you write to his solicitor and say that given that he did NOT leave on 4th May as agreed then you do intend to change the locks after a further 14 days - and do it then.
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In that case stick a notice up in the kitchen
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In your case your father has already shown he is able to use the legal system against you and he would be entitled to apply for a Occupation Order using Family Law if you simply change the locks
He could be back in within 24 hours.
However if you send a letter to his at his son's house then in two weeks time you can permanently exclude him for good
You are free to change the locks.
However he can then apply to the Court and try and obtain an Order allowing him to return there for a period of time whilst he "finds somewhere else to live"
Alternatively you can give him two weeks written notice = posted to HIM vs his son's house - and stuck up in the kitchen (take pictures) and then change the locks.
Hw will have no grounds to apply to the court if you do this
Yes that is correct. He needs a Court order.
Does that help? Alex
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