done. You are absolutely right. He has no security of tenure. You are the
assured short hold tenant and he is merely a guest in your house.
are entitled to give him reasonable notice which would probably be one week.
You are also entitled to excluding from the property and if that means changing
the locks, do so. If he breaks in, call the police with a view to having him
prosecuted for criminal damage.
tenant (I use the word loosely) thinks that he has any more rights than that of
an unwelcome guest, he is an idiot.
might want to print this answer off and show it to him.
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