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Are you renting the property and if so, is your partner's name on the lease?
Ok so if she is not on the lease then you should send her official notice that she has a set period this is usually 30 days and I would advise the same. You will want to explain that if she does not leave in the 30 day period then you can ask the police to escort her from the premises. They may be reluctant to get involved but she doesn't need to know that, especially if she is receiving mail at the house and uses it as her main residence. If this still doesn't work, then you can instruct a solicitor to make an application to the court for her to be removed. You can also claim for costs for doing this. If she then doesn't move after the court order then the police can enforce this as it is a legal order.
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