Should landlords have the right to refuse DSS tenants?10:43 AM, 20th May 2019
About 4 weeks ago 124
I have both of my sons living with me in my home which is in NE Scotland.
One is very helpful and I could not do without, the other is very selfish and contributes nothing whilst living a decent lifestyle himself. He has turned the garage into his personal living space as well as changing the locks while we were out so we cannot gain access to this space unless he agrees (no permission was sought for this) and has also claimed the nicest room in the house as his study/personal space also.
I am the sole owner of the property on the title deeds and I have no written tenancy agreement with either of my sons, can I just ask him to leave or do I need a court order?
Would appreciate any advice anyone would be kind enough to offer and please feel free to ask any further questions if anything needs clarified.
Anne – Marie
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