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Is the tenancy agreement in your name and your partner? Who is this woman?
If your relationship has broken down then one of you will have to leave the property. Otherwise how can you both remain. You may suggest that once she has refunded what she owes you you will leave otherwise she may not pay you back.
There is no rule on this point. Anyone can ask the other to leave
Don't know how she can afford a solicitor or what more they can say. You don't have leave
You are not the landlord you can't give notice to her neither can she give you notice. When relationships breakdown one party usually agrees to leave if they are renting.
If he agrees