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Now that he is 18, you have no obligation to allow him to live in your house and under your roof, if he will not follow your rules. As such, you can give him the proper notice to vacate and if he fails to move, proceed through the court and have him evicted. You can not use self help to get him out because if you do, he may turn around and sue you. Moreover, if he is on drugs and you are worried, you can call the police and have him removed from the home, by the police.
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By that, I mean a 30 day notice to vacate or 60 day notice, to give him time to leave the home. He still resides there and can not just be thrown out and is entitled to time to leave, depending on how much you want to give him
You could try and give him that notice and simply demand that he leave. You can tell him you want him out in 14 days and see if he agrees to vacate. What I am saying is that if he refuses, the proper notice needs to be given, so the Judge is likely going to want to see at least a 30 day notice
I understand and I am sorry yoiu even have to deal with this from your son
No, you can not, since that would be a form of self help, which is illegal and he could turn around and sue you