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Hi, thank you for your question. Just a bit more information required to fully assist you:
-Is there a written tenancy agreement in place? If so, when was it entered into, when does/did it expire and has it been formally renewed?
-How often is rent paid?
-Are there any rent arrears?
Would you be able to obtain them from your daughter as they will be relevant to any firm information provided to you.
Legally, as a landlord, your daughter will have to serve the tenant with a formal Section 21 notice giving the tenant a minimum of two months' notice to leave. If the tenant does not leave by the expiry of the notice your daughter will need to pursue a possession claim to court, if there are no rent arrears this can be pursued through the accelerated route (she can do this online here: https://www.gov.uk/accelerated-possession-eviction). If the tenant does not leave by the date of the possession order your daughter will then need to apply for a Notice of Eviction - it is this date that gives the final date the tenant must leave by, and if the tenant does not a bailiff will evict her.
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