No problem at all, just change the lock, pack her bags ready and give them too her when she knocks on the door.Paulb67 wrote:Hi All
Can anyone help me with my predicament. I have been living in Singapore for the past 4 months and I met a girl who was down on her luck and felt sorry for her. She said that she was desperate and needed a place to stay for a few weeks because her bf was going back to Aus. I had a spare bed room and said yes but there would be rules and as long as she abided by them she could stay for a while.
I know that this is where a lot of people will say stupid and I feel stupid now believe me as i have been suckered. She is a classic Singapore party girl who's out all night comes in at 4 the next day breaks every rule we agreed .
I just want to get her out of my apartment and i want to know where I stand with the law if I just kick her out and how, Will the police help who do I go to for help?
At least in Australia, there is a very clear outline of what you are to do to evict a person, and how to enforce it... ie giving appropriate notice, and even involving a sherrif to forcefully remove a person after filling out the correct paperwork.SunWuKong wrote:I had something similar happen in Melbourne, Australia. My wife sublet a room to a nurse and then the fun began. She turned out to clinically depressed and spent all of her time in her room cocooned within a smoky haze of cigarettes and inebriation. A very dangerous situation considering that we had a fourteen month old in the house.
A very long story short an ambulance eventually took her away and my wife called the lady's mother to collect her belongings. The room was completely trashed and I had to replace the carpet and the underlay.
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