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Hello, thank you for the question.
As long as you stay anonymous, feel free to tell me anything you like.
So what is this arrangement, exactly? Who is on the lease?
Then here's the obvious question: Why not simply get your stuff out of the unit when she's not there, and inform her that she has until the end of the month to vacate unless she makes some arrangement with the landlord directly?
It strikes me that you want to keep this on the down low, so taking her to court for a restraining order and evicting her is not exactly subtle. Besides, without a lease you can't evict her. Your "landlord" can, however.
You say you live out of town, so this apartment is for you and her. I'm suggesting it's time to simply leave the apartment and leave her. If the car is in your name, take it back.
I know that's not what you wanted to hear, and for that I'm sorry. I'm sure there is more to discuss about this topic, so I'll wait for your reply.
You say you live out of town, Attilla. Why would you need to go back?
I don't want to come down on your chosen lifestlye Attila. But it seems clear that you wanted to have a "love nest" in another city.
You want to keep the nest but lose the bird that's in it.
However, without a lease in your name showing that you have rights over that space you can't evict her. Plus, if you boot her and she knows where you are then you'll never really feel safe.
In all seriousness, before this situation gets any more out of hand I recommend that you close that chapter of your life and reflect on the incident before trying anything like it again.
Is there anything else about this to discuss? If not then I'd appreciate a positive service rating please.
I'm still here if there's more you want to talk about. Is there?
Attila, are you ok? I was thinking about your matter earlier today. I hope that your fears haven't been realized.