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Thank you for using Just Answer. I am a licensed Florida attorney and look forward to assisting you.Since she has been a long term guest and (I am assuming) receives mail there, may have a driver's license with your address and occasionally contributes to household expenses, she has the rights of a month to month tenant. Therefore, first you must provide her with fifteen days notice to quit (leave) the premises. If she refuses to vacate at that point, you would have to sue her for eviction in county court and get a court order to make her leave.You could certainly attempt to simply call the police and have her removed as a trespasser; but my experience has been that police don't want to get involved in what they consider to be a civil matter.
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