Leave and Licensee agreement ended. Licensee isnt vacating premises Leave and Licensee agreement ended. Licensee isnt vacating premises

Hi, \n\nI had a leave and licensee agreement with a lady for a portion of my house where I dont stay and it ended on September 7th and she hasnt vacated the premises. She has filed for an injunction by stating it is a tenancy agreement and the got it till Oct 28th. What are the steps I should take to ensure that she vacates the premises ? Her intention is to not leave and perhaps take over the property.


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A.Sir, for a clear view i need to read your licensee agreement and and the terms and conditions you've mentioned in it about leaving of the tenant.

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