Thank you. My apologies, but I was not online when you had originally responded.
So she is a legal subleasor from you.
Because he is not official family, he is an unauthorized occupant. He can be asked to leave since he is not on the lease - by you. If he refuses, then either HE or BOTH HE AND SHE can be evicted.Eviction
is a multi step process. It begins with with a notice to quit, and if they do not do what is necessary (i.e. have him leave), eviction is filed with the court. If they still do not leave after a hearing, the court may issue a WRIT and have the authorities move them out. The landlord cannot lock them out or remove them themselves.
The best way to proceed would be via a a certified letter with a demand that he move and a threat that he/both would be evicted if he does not.
My apologies again for the wait.
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