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Yes, unfortunately, you would need to evict him through an unlawful detainer
action if he refuses to move out after you give him 30 days written notice.
The mobile home could bring a separate cause of action against him based on the dog to have him removed, but I'm afraid that that doesn't otherwise effect your situation.
You should immediately serve him a notice that gives him 30 days to leave. If he fails to comply at that time, then you would proceed with an unlawful detainer cause of action. That would enable you to then call the sheriff or police and have him removed for trespassing.
This guide should help provide you with information about the eviction process in Connecticut:
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