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Hi, thank you for your question. How old is your son?
Is he dependent on you?
Does he pay rent or does he have a tenancy agreement?
Have you now returned to the property?
Thank you. Firstly, if there is no tenancy agreement and he is living with either owner, he would likely be considered a "lodger" and can be evicted upon reasonable notice. As you are both legal owners of the property both your agreements will be needed for him to remain there. If you wanted to return to occupy the property but are too fearful from him then you would be entitled to apply to court for an occupation order which will exclude him from the property - this can be done using form FL401 to your local family court.
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