Yes. Since she is not a minor, you can treat her just like any other tenant. Here is the procedure:
You must serve the tenant personally with a 30 day written notice to vacate. If the tenant stays beyond that, you bring eviction proceedings; the tenant will be served with papers; you will appear; the tenant will either appear or will default by not appearing; you will get a judgment of eviction and a date by which the tenant must move; if the tenant still does not leave, the sheriff will execute the eviction order and put the tenant out.
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