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Hello, this isCustomerand welcome to JustAnswer. I will be the lawyer working with you today and I will be happy to advise you to the extent possible on this platform. I am sorry to hear about this. Unfortunately not, the landlord would have to follow a formal process to evict this tenant, otherwise the landlord could be liable under an unlawful eviction. If the tenant assaulted the landlord the landlord should be reporting this to the Police. They may be able to impose certain bail conditions which could mean the tenant is not allowed to stay in the property. Let me know if you need me to clarify anything.
I understand. Your landlord would have to start the process of evicting the tenant but legally she cannot change the locks. Let me know if you need anything else or want me to clarify anything.
It depends on the tenancy agreement in place.
I see. There should be a clause which requires the landlord to give a certain notice to tenant, if the landlord wishes to terminate the tenancy.