1. If you made the tenancy agreement with the lead tenant, who however signed as the landlord of the property, can they evict you? And if so, what’s the procedure for the lead tenant to evict you?

    1. Hey B.L.
      If the lead tenant signed the tenancy agreement as the landlord, and you’ve been recognizing them in this capacity, they may have the authority to initiate eviction processes, similar to how a landlord would. However, the legality of this situation can depend on the specific terms of your agreement and local laws. Typically, evictions must follow a legal procedure, including providing written notice to the tenant detailing the reasons for eviction and allowing a specified period for the tenant to remedy the situation or vacate the premises. If the situation escalates, the lead tenant, acting as your landlord, might need to file for eviction through the court.

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