An elderly widow yesterday won the right to evict a woman claiming to be her late husband's mistress from a flat in a block of cage homes he had owned. Zhou Cui-hao, 76, went to court to demand that middle-aged Ting Fung-yee vacate the Shamshuipo building immediately and hand over rent she had collected from the Camp Street block's cagemen over the past eight years. When Ng Ching-poon died in 1990, aged 68, his widow was appointed sole executor of his estate, which included both the Camp Street premises and a second Shamshuipo property in Reclamation Street, since reclaimed by the Government. But Ms Ting came forward claiming to be Ng's secret lover. She said Ng had promised her that when he died, the Camp Street building would be hers. She said she had been living with Ng for the last decade of his life and she was entitled to stay on in their home. Ng's widow rejected her story, saying her husband had been carrying on an affair, but with a different woman. On June 1, 1996, she gave the unwelcome tenant one month to pack her bags and leave. But Ms Ting refused, claiming she had contributed money from her own savings towards the down payment on the Reclamation Street property, which had also contained cage homes. Ms Zhou received more than $597,000 from the Government as compensation when it reclaimed the Reclamation Street flat. The Court of First Instance yesterday ordered Ms Ting out of the Camp Street flat. 'I do not regard her story as inherently likely,' Mrs Justice Verina Bokhary said in a written judgment. But she added that it was 'by no means impossible'. She gave Ms Ting one month to vacate the flat and ordered that an account be taken of the money she had collected since Ng's death before making a ruling on the cash.