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Yes. you can give them a 3 day notice for the total amount of rent due and then when they don't pay, file a formal eviction case in the local court to get a judgment and a writ that the sheriff will execute to force them to leave..
And if there is someone not on the lease, make sure any notices are to the tenant and "All Unknown Occupants" so you cover everyone living there..
Nope, you give them 3 days to pay or vacate (that means leave). If they don't pay everything that is owed in that 3 days, or move out, then you go to the local courthouse and file a formal eviction lawsuit against them. The clerks have the summons and complaint forms you need. Then you go to court a few weeks later, get a judgment, and then later a writ, that the sheriff will serve on the tenant and force them to leave.