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If you are lodger then you are ‘excluded occupier’, your Landlord would only have to give ‘reasonable notice’ to you to vacate, which usually means the length of the rental payment period. If the fixed term of your Lodger agreement is expiring, then you would have to speak to the Landlord for renewing the agreement for a further term.
Unfortunately lodgers do not have protection from illegal evictions, and would need a valid notice for vacating.
If you want to renew your agreement , then you would have to speak with the Landlord , if this can be mutually agreed.