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Unless you served a notice stating it was not to be one, the tenancy will be an assured shorthold tenancy. This means you can only regain possession under the HOusing Act legislation. To do this you must serve notice in the way I described above.
Any provisions in a tenancy agreement that conflict with the housing act are automatically invlaid.
I was not stating that she would sue, only that she could. If she took advice from a solicitor they would probably be willing to act on a no win no fee basis and therefore the chances of her issuing are higher. You should not take possession without a court order. It's illegal.
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