Hello my name is ***** ***** I will help you.
You want him to stop threatening you? Is that right? Do you want the Landlord to sort that out?
My name is ***** ***** I have been a solicitor for more than 30 years.
I am afraid that it is not the responsibility of the Landlord to deal with this problem
You have three options
1. Reach an agreement with your ex as to which of you will remain
You will then both have to approach the landlord to ask for that person to be released from the Tenancy
2. Apply to the Court for an Occupation Order excluding your ex from the property as a result of Domestic violence
3. Apply to the court for a Transfer of the tenancy.
Please ask if you need further details
You will first have to attempt to resolve the matter using Family mediation
If that fails then you can apply to the court using the form here
essentially the ocurt will then decide which of you should remain in the property and which of you should move out
You will need to attend a MIAM - but the Transfer of tenancy form applies to Cohabitees as well as spouses
Wait - are there chidlren involved?
So why would you need a C100 ( it relates to chidlren matters)
When did you go to mediation?
In that case you can indeed go ahead with the application
You are most welcome