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  • #16
    Originally posted by jaguarsuk View Post

    She has no legal recourse because she is an excluded occupier, she can get all the legal aid in the world and I'm sure her solicitor will love racking up a bill sending you letters. When they do, simply post it here and I'll draft a response for you.



    You are correct, you can change the locks after the notice period and you can ask that she only returns with a police officer to recover her belongings or make arrangement for a neutral third party to attend to recover them. You cannot dispose of her belonging in anyway and you must ensure they aren't damaged or stolen to avoid falling foul of civil law.



    Just like she cannot apply for an order in the court nor can you, you are already in possession of your property and therefore you do not need to apply for a possession order.

    Apologies for the slow reply, I missed your post. Thank you for the advice, and your offer of further assistance. It is much appreciated. I will off course, keep you posted on progress. Fingers crossed, all goes smoothly.

    Thank you all, once again.

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