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Unfortunately the law treats your girlfriend as if she is your tenant. So you stand in the shoes of a landlord. Unless she leaves voluntarily you have to go through the eviction process as if she were your tenant.
This means that you have to provide her written Notice to vacate the apartment. If she still refuses to do so you must file a Summons and Complaint with the magisterial court to evict her.
The law does not allow you to force her out. But if she leaves voluntarily after you give her the written Notice you can change the locks.
Here are some resources for you that explain the process:
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