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Technically it would be a trespass. However, it is not a simple situation where landlord could evict solely the subtenant. If the landlord really wants the subtenant gone, the landlord would have to terminate the tenants right to sublet the property or to evict the tenant for breach of the lease. This means, the landlord would have to evict the tenant to get rid of the subtenant. We can discuss more if you would like to do so.
Since there is no agreement to sublease, the tenant is in violation of the lease and the landlord can commence an eviction proceeding to evict all occupants.
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