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You cannot exclude him on that basis I'm afraid. He is entitled to live in his property. You can move back too though of course.
These are just not grounds for an occupation order. I realise that it might not be desirable but being a bit lazy around the house and having the odd argument is just not a ground to put somebody out of the house for which they pay.
Can I clarify anything for you?
You could try on that basis but he will probably defend on the basis that if that were true you would never have left the children with him.
I'm sorry but it is just not that easy now to get men put out of their properties.