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Does she live there too? Do you have an agreement? Do you pay rent?
Any written agreement?
What have they served so far, just a notice to quit?
Ok. The bad news is that you can be evicted. You have no right to be there. You are not a tenant paying rent.
However, she must must must get a Court order.
A notice to quit would have to be served first then seek a Court order.
You have probably around 2-3 months before you would need to move.
But based on what you said to me, you have no right to remain. Even if you were a Tenant, if you were outside the fixed period the Landlord would just need to give notice and then get a Court order
I am sorry if this is not the answer you want, nor the one I want to give you, but I have a duty to be honest
Can I clarify anything for you about this today please?
Ok. You dont have to let them in. Remember, they MUST MUST MUST have a Court order to evict.
Does that assist?
They have no right of entry. The Landlord does not live in.
But they CAN NOT evict you. If they try, call the Police.
Does that clarify?
Can I assist with anything else today?