Emerdale fans point out that Jamie Tate accidentally broke the law again

Emerdale fans point out that Jamie Tate accidentally broke the law again

Emerdale fans have noticed that after the script scam, Jamie Tate unknowingly broke the law again.

During Wednesday’s episode, Kim Tate’s tactical son decided to make a shockingly brutal move, but viewers took to Twitter to point out that it was actually illegal.

Jamie (Alexander Lincoln) decides to evict Wendy and Luke Posner from their hut.

Moira Dingle was killed in retaliation after Jamie’s wife Andrea was fired from B&B for helping Frame Bell with Hima and Run.

Jamie’s latest move has drawn criticism from fans and screenwriters

Because of the pandemic, evictions are prohibited, and landowners must give tenants six months’ notice before leaving the property.

One viewer said: “Don’t tenants have more rights these days ?! Jamie can not evict them. Another story that was badly researched is #Emmerdale.”

Another commented: “Jamie is lucky to be trying to get them out …. should be given 6 months notice #Emmerdale “.

Jamie forces Luke and Wendy to leave the property

The third commented: “Jamie you can’t kick people out without a reasonable explanation #Emmerdale “.

#Emmerdale Landlords can evict tenants for no reason, so unfortunately the law is in Jamie’s favor. No one else can wrap his arms around his canister and avoid him, ”another added.

“Well, I know Wendy and Luke are just as boring as Jamie, but what did they do to qualify for that eviction (Jamie remains a valuable idiot!)” Someone else thought.

In the upcoming scenes in Soap, a loose-lipped Jamie comes clean and confesses to Lydia Dingle what she did.

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Dingles plans to take immediate revenge on Jamie, who gets drunk in the bottle, accidentally slips and falls, hits his head and falls unconscious.

Will Jamie wake up? Or will someone take advantage of his weakness?

* Emerdale airs on ITV over the weekend at 7pm, with additional episodes airing on Thursdays at 8pm.

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