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If he is harassing other tenants you really have no choice but to warn him and if that does not work you can terminate his lease and evict him if he refuses to leave.
You can not really put him out unless he physically threatens or attacks other tenants or damages property. Otherwise, you will need to gomthrough the eviction process.
No, if there is a written lease and he has paid rent and taken possession it is a tenancy. The tenancy exists as soon as the lease is signed.