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Good afternoon. I am sorry to say but Yes. The reason for it, is that the law does not allow self help, to remove someone from your home, who you no longer want residing there. If you change the locks, remove their stuff or do something else to force them out, they MAY turn around and sue you, so be aware of that. If you follow the law, you do need to proceed through the court, if they refuse to leave, after asking them to and providing proper notice
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