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Yes of course he has to go to court!!
It is worth sending a solicitor's letter to the landlord explaining that you have a right to reside in the property.
The issue of signing a lease can also be raised. That will put them on notice not to attempt to force you out without
an application to court.
I would send a letter though.
It depends when they issue - but it is worth negotiating with the first.
They can do that - but they risk being sanctioned by court.
That is why the sooner you get a letter to them the better - to warn them off.
You should be fine though - they will risk a lot if they do that.
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