Personal Injury Law
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Once someone establishes residency in your premises you are going to need to treat them, for purposes of eviction, as a month to month tenant.
This is true even if they pay no rent. You will need to formally terminate their tenancy with one month's written notice termination.
Then you will file a petition for an ejectment. The judge will issue the order and you will place it with the local sheriff, who will execute the order by removing him from the premises, along with his personal property.
Anytime you go to court it is advisable to have an attorney representing your interest. That seems especially true here where your ex seems likely to resist all efforts to remove him.
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