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By a third party, do you mean the relatives of the care home resident? If so, then I would think it would be possible for a tenant to be evicted because of the actions of a third party. For instance, if a tenant of a rented house or flat had visitors who behaved extremely badly and that tenant allowed them to continue with this behaviour, then I would think that eventually they could be evicted.Chris Edgerton said:The point here is that as a result of a third party, another person can be evicted (a person with dementia; a person, with a sever mental impairment).
A tenant of a property would not be evicted because of a third party, no mater what that third party had done.
I would hope that it was unusual for residents of care homes to be evicted! A common scenario is where the home decides it can no longer meet the resident's needs because of a change in their condition. I don't think it often goes as far as 'evicting' the tenant without their or their families consent.Lila13 said:I'm afraid a lot of homes would just close down if they weren't allowed to evict people at the managers' own discretion if they thought it was necessary.
(Laws protecting tenants' rights made it more difficult to find rented accommodation as so many landladies found it was not worth the hassle.)
just to clarify, yours was not the sort of family I had in mind when I wrote those words.Deborah Blythe said:I guess mine must be one of the certain families.