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Where do I stand legally here?

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  • Where do I stand legally here?

    I own my property and 7 months ago my long term partner moved in.
    Yesterday I broke up with her and she indicated that she would refuse to move out.
    she pays no rent and there is no tenancy agreement. She hasnít paid towards any home improvements etc. she does pay most of the monthly household bills though.

    she is a functioning alcoholic and can be unpredictable, volatile and argumentative. I am on medication for high blood pressure and Iím worried about my health due to the stress of sharing what is a very small space.
    Ideally Iíd like to give her 28 days notice but if she is going to continue to verbally harass and abuse me then I want her to move out asap.
    yesterday she threw my dinner on the floor which was cooking on the stove. We werenít arguing at the time and I was in another room.
    She is in a well paid job so she can afford to find somewhere to rent.
    I fear Iím going to have to ask her to leave very quickly to protect my health. Where do I stand legally?
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