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Sorry to hear about the above.
Could you please confirm if your father is sharing the house with you or is he is in some other property?
Right, if the father is refusing to leave and acted violently when asked to leave, then you evict your father peacefully.
However you must give the person reasonable notice that you would like them to leave.
Once the notice period has ended, you are within your rights to change the locks and evict him peacefully. You can’t use any physical force to make him leave, because, in doing so, you might be committing a criminal offence.
you can peacefully evict him by changing the locks when he is not around.
If your father refuses to leave or is violent towards you, you might want to try to ask the police to escort him from the property.
He should get in touch with his local council to get an alternative accommodation.
Council should make arrangement for his emergency housing if he has nowhere to go.
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