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I cannot comment on your specific case, but generally, people who have resided at the house under the similar circumstances, would be considered month to month tenants, regardless of whether the pay any rent, have any utilities in their names or even receive mail there and the only legal option to remove such tenants, if they refuse to leave upon the expiration of the 30 day notice, is to file an eviction proceedings in the local court and once eviction order is obtained, then the local sheriff will remove the tenants and locks can be legally changed.
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