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I am sorry to hear that you are concerned that you will not be able to get your son and his girlfriend to move out. Landlord-tenant issues are never easy and are even more difficult when they involve family. However, you do have options.
In order to evict a tenant without a written lease, you must first provide them written notice that they must move out within 30 days. If the tenant fails to move out after 30 days, you would need to file an unlawful detainer suit against them. After you file the suit, a hearing date will be set. Once the hearing is completed, you will be able to serve the tenants with a writ of possession and will be able to request the assistance of the sheriff's office to get them to move out.
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