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Does the sub tenant have a lease of his/her own?Alex
Ok - then no the sub tenant does not have protection. They are a sub tenant and unless there is anything to the contrary they are not protected by the Act.
If you want the sub tenant to leave you need to write and ask him to leave or say you will seek a Court order.
If the sub tenant refuses then you need to write to the main tenant and ask him to get the sub tenant to leave.
If the tenant does not then you can seek a court order for lease to be forfeit. Sadly that is all you can do.
You cant get a Court order making the main tenant get rid of the sub tenant.
So all you can do is threaten the main tenant that you will forfeit the lease.Can I clarify anything for you about this today please?Alex
No, the sub tenant has no rights. Your tenant does but not sub tenant.
Does that clarify? Alex