The head tenant wants to evict the sub tenants for non payment of rent. Can the head tenant firstly end their tenancy with the landlord as both parties agree, or does the tenancy need to be ended with a court order? if it can be ended by head tenant and LL in agreement, can this be ended by a the head tenant serving an NTQ? say with one month notice or is there a quicker was to do this as the LL wants to evict the sub tenants at the earliest opportunity without (if possible) evicting the head tenant through the courts. This would then allow the sub tenants to evicted quicker. The fixed term ends on the 6th November. If the tenancy can be ended between LL and head tenant in this way then what would the procedure be to evict the subtenants as there is no AST between the sub tenants and the LL or the head tenant. The nature of the agreement is that they are employees of the head tenant who are no longer employed but wont leave. The rent was being paid through deductions in the sub tenants wages, and this ceased over 2 months ago. thus no rent is being paid. To compound this the current sub tenants are not named as occupants on the agreement between the landlord or head tenant, the original sub tenant has left, though the agreement allows for substitution i.e. the right to substitute with other employees. How would one go about acquiring possession from the sub tenants. I am assuming that the landlord has to be the claimant correct?
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