Good evening. If he obtained a TRO and the lease is in your name, then he's the one that has to leave, not you. You can file a motion with the court to force him out to allow you to comply with the TRO. In the interim, you have to follow the steps that you would take to evict a month to month tenant....which is to give him a 3-Day Notice to Quit...meaning he must vacate the premises within that period or face formal eviction. Then, if he still has not left, you must file a petition for an eviction order. Once that is granted...you can have the sheriff evict him. You may then file a claim against him for all unpaid amounts. Once you get your judgment, you can attach his assets, including bank accounts, and garnish his wages, to collect that judgment.
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