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You can require your friend to vacate the property as they do not have any contractual right to live there. Tenancy is in your name.
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Have you asked your friend to leave the property? What is she saying?
Thank you for this. What was your verbal understanding when you offered her to stay in the property? Were you subletting it?
I see. You could send her a formal letter asking to surrender the shop. State in your letter relevant terms you both had agreed and inform that you will be taking legal action should she fail to comply with your request. Yo can find good, free templates here: https://www.sample-resignation-letters.com/how-to-write-a-strong-65279eviction-65279letter-with-samples.html
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