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You can have him removed, but unfortunately you must go through the eviction process the same way you would as if he were a tenant. The good news is that you do not need a reason to evict him because there is no lease agreement. But the bad news is that you must go through the eviction process.
The procedures fall under Chapter 83 of the Florida state landlord-tenant statutes.
The first step is to serve him with a Three Day Notice to vacate. After the Notice is served you may then file and serve a Summons and Complaint.
Here are sample documents that you can use (Or contact the local magisterial court for the forms).
Here is a link to the statute:
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