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If she is 18 and still living at home, she is legally your tenant under a month to month tenancy and you are her landlord. In AZ, in order to terminate a month to month tenancy, you would have to give her a written 30 day notice to terminate.
Then if she didn't move out, you would have to file a formal eviction action in court to get a judgment of eviction and a writ of possession, just like a normal landlord. This would take about 3-4 weeks after the 30 day expired before you could have the sheriff execute the writ and physically remove her.
As an aside, in addition to being an attorney, I have also been a landlord for over 26 years...
That would be sufficient to allow you to file to evict her when the 60 days were up. If you wanted to pursue an eviction due to a lease violation, you have to give her a written 10 day notice to cure the violation or you can then evict.
So it wouldn't make sense to give her a 10 day now when the 60 is up Nov 1. So you can file a formal eviction action Nov 2 if she doesnt' vacate..