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Yes, if the possession order is granted then the tenant would normally be given 14-28 days to leave.
If he still remains after that, then you would still then need to return to the court to seek the warrant to evict. Once that has been formally served, he will have 14 days to leave or bailiffs can then remove him.
It appears as if he is trying to say he will claim discrimination because he is gay and dresses as a women. The toe are separate matters. Gats do not necessary dress as the opposite sex.
I can see no reason why the court could not grant you the order if it is justified for you to take e possession of the property.
That is the correct notice to serve under the current covid19 law.
That is correct.
That all sounds fine.
Do not accept the rent, as you say, it could mean your acceptance of a periodic tenancy.
You would need to make a money claim against them for the extra time and most likely the costs to evict him.
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