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    Quote Originally Posted by Wright76 View Post
    Having re read the thread I'm forming the opinion that remaining tenant has actually asked for eviction?

    If this is the case she is taking you for a fool in order to gain a council property.
    Alternatively, I wonder if male tenant hasn't left the property at all, but the whole thing is just a scam to get single mother's benefits?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JK0 View Post
    Alternatively, I wonder if male tenant hasn't left the property at all, but the whole thing is just a scam to get single mother's benefits?
    some people would see scams everywhere.

    She's working, she's changed the locks, wants to actually move on - doesnt sound like a benefits scam.

    Probably best if she stops paying full rent or persistently pays late, you issue eviction notice, she moves on to a smaller property ASAP and you dont pursue her for the rest of the rent once she moves. If other party wants to try and sue he owes you the rest of the rent. If she cant get out quickly you sue either or both for the rent.

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