Not unless they leave voluntarily at the end of the tenancy. You must serve the correct notice and if the tenant does not leave when the notice expires, you will need to start a claim for possession at the local court. It is an offence under the Protection from Eviction Act 1977 to evict tenants without a court order, even if the tenancy has ended and the tenant has stopped paying rent. If they do not leave the property by the date stated in the court order, you will need to instruct a court appointed bailiff to evict them. You should not take any steps to remove the tenant yourself. By doing so you could leave yourself open to criminal charges.
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