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  • sophie
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    Hello Preston and Mind the Gap,
    thanks for replying and willing to help.
    Yes, it is the same tenant that I am talking about in another thread.
    I am the owner of the house and lives with my 3 year old son.
    In the house also lives a young girl who is a lodger
    The tenant is a tenant because we signed a contract before I had moved back into my house.
    And now we may have the girlfriend...!
    surely she has no rights to live with us on a permanent basis?? What is permanent as opposed to temporary visits to the boyfriend?
    many thanks.
    sophie

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  • Preston
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    Originally posted by mind the gap View Post
    I think this is the same situation as described in 'Tenant from hell - another one'.
    Yes, I think you are right, I didn't realise at first. Still unsure, though, of the circumstances, but probably best left to the other thread?

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  • mind the gap
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    I think this is the same situation as described in 'Tenant from hell - another one'.

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  • Preston
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    Originally posted by sophie View Post
    Hello everyone,
    I live in my house with my son, a lodger (very nice) and a tenant (not very nice). The tenant seems to have asked his g'friend to move in. She denies being there all the time, but we all know she is!
    I understand her staying over every so often but not everynights for the past 2 weeks!
    Does she have any rights?
    What can I do?
    (tenant is awkward)
    many thanks
    sophie
    Hi

    Sorry, I'm being a bit slow, but could you explain in a bit more detail the relationship between you, the lodger and the tenant? Who is the landlord? Why is the lodger a lodger and the tenant a tenant? No trick questions, just trying to understand the circumstances a bit better.

    Preston

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  • sophie
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    girl friend moving in in shared house

    Hello everyone,
    I live in my house with my son, a lodger (very nice) and a tenant (not very nice). The tenant seems to have asked his g'friend to move in. She denies being there all the time, but we all know she is!
    I understand her staying over every so often but not everynights for the past 2 weeks!
    Does she have any rights?
    What can I do?
    (tenant is awkward)
    many thanks
    sophie

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