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You would need to serve a notice to quit. In effect, it is the same as a S.21, but she is not a tenant.
So you can serve notice and request her to move out.
If she refuses then you would issue proceedings for possession.
You would serve notice, get a Court order.
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That is why you serve, the same S.21 notice.
You are entitled to do that if you want possession if she does not sign an agreement.
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She does not have AST. She has a short term let.
You are entitled to serve notice. It is not a S.21 notice per se but says the same thing.
She does not have an agreement, therefore she does not have an AST
You can serve notice to quit. Follow the S.21 format but don't call it a S.21
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Yes, but it is not a S.21! Just the same format.
Its not a S.21 because she does not have an AST