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    #16
    That last bit worries me, won't the sister try to argue that she has paid for the repairs and therefore that is 'money's worth'?

    Would it be worthwhile for the OP to pursue all the avenues? That could include the 'squatter' route, but also include S21 just in case it fits, and S8 as well. If nothing else it might give the sister-in-law a hint that it's time to move on.
    I offer no guarantee that anything I say is correct. wysiwyg

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      #17
      Originally posted by jta View Post
      That last bit worries me, won't the sister try to argue that she has paid for the repairs and therefore that is 'money's worth'?
      Well, SIL could try, but according to OP she was fully reimbursed...

      I get the feeling nobody's that clear about anything, let alone arguing that their licence to occupy doesn't fall under s.3A(7)(b) blah blah.

      Would it be worthwhile for the OP to pursue all the avenues? That could include the 'squatter' route, but also include S21 just in case it fits, and S8 as well. If nothing else it might give the sister-in-law a hint that it's time to move on.
      I think OP should try the excluded occupier route first, and if it fails proceed on the basis of whatever the court says about it. I mean, ask for the court's opinion.

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        #18
        Thank you so much for your suggestion it is really appreciated!

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