Excellent. If there is agreement that you can terminate if she doesn’t pay her rent, you can actually foreclose on the agreement by peaceably entering the property (letting yourself in) and locking her out although what you can do with her belongings is extremely limited.
Assuming you foreclose on the lease/licence, it comes to an end and it cannot start up again if she pays up to date. If you does, it has to be a brand-new agreement.
Once you foreclose on the lease, you immediately become responsible for the business rates so unless you have another tenant ready to go in, that may be a consideration.
Incidentally, without this clause in the contract (which is in any properly drafted lease or licence) you would be faced with going to. So, well done. Incidentally, the rent does not have to be demanded. Just the fact that it’s overdue by the. Specified in the licence sufficient.
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