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you can use the accelerated possession order. This should enable you to evict your tenant without going to court.
I see i was wrong. You can apply to court then to remove your ex-tenant to your tenancy
Good morning. As they are joint tenants, they all have exactly the same rights, so one tenant can’t simply be forced to leave.
In this situation, A can serve a notice to end the tenancy, and A doesn't need permission from B. When the notice ends, the tenancy and the right to live in the property will cease for all tenants. A can then sign a new tenancy agreement with the landlord.
It will be cleaner to complete it as per the above, that way it is legally enforceable. Thereafter resign the other tenant formally.
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A landlord can end a tenancy at the end of the fixed term provided that the tenant has been given two months written notice in the form of a section 21 notice to quit.
I am indeed however it is not for you to evict it is for the landlord. So if they were to complete the steps above they can then legally rent the house to you on a tenancy solely. That is my opinion on the most straightforward solution.