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It is legally possible to get a restraining order against someone who shares your address; however the court is extremely hesitant to grant one if it means constructively evicting the defendant/respondent from their home. But what is the harm in trying?
If you do not own the residence, your options are limited; you can always move out or wait for her to move out, but you ordinarily have very little power in these situations. The good news, if there is any, is that she is ordinarily equally as powerless. Best of luck.
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