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thank you for your patience. As a partner and not on the tenancy he does not have the right to the tenancy and therefore he should leave should you need him to leave. He is not a trespasser since you allowed him to live there but you can lock him out and not allow him entry as he has no right as not noted on the tenancy as permitted occupier.
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The police unfortunately will not come but as soon as he gets aggressive or violent or abusive over the request for him to leave then apply for a non-molestation order and that will require him to leave and to not be anywhere near you. If he breaches this the police will get involved and he would be risking
if there is no aggression/abuse/violence your options are limited unless the council wants to help you.
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