The solution is more of apractical one than a legal one.
Yes you can give notice tothe tenant but of the tenant does not move out you could not bring legalproceedings to get them out.
So each of them is partlyright.
If you move into theproperty, you will be liable to pay your ex 50% of the market rent
Does that answer thequestion? I am happy to answer specific points.
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I amoffline shortly until later today and will pick this up then
I'm happy to do that. I just want to be back in my property.
things arent ammicable with my ex-boyfriend and i want to be back in the porerty as soon as possible. a, i allowed to serve notice on the basis that I am joint owner of the property?