Thank you for the question. How you deal with it is really up to you. However, from a legal perspective, in Scotland there are only special circumstances where you can evict a tenant, one of them being if the landlord requires the home to be their principal and only abode. As this would not be the case, the tenant could potentially take you to a tribunal for losses as the eviction reason would not be deemed valid. You can however avoid this if you can come to an arrangement with the tenant and get that in writing. However, if you evict them and the eviction is not lawful, you will be leaving yourself vulnerable to legal proceedings. That is where the law sits, what action you wish to take is entirely your own choice.
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I hope this information proved helpful. You will find a local solicitor who deals with these matters on the law society webpage which is as follows;
https://www.lawsoc-ni.org/solicitors (N. Ireland)
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