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How do I evict my grandson?

Orlando, FL |

I let my grandson move in free. He is 35, won't help around the house or yard, is verbally abusive, won't help with the bills. I've told him he needs to go and he won't because he has no place to go.

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  1. Since he is not a tenant, but rather a guest, you do not need to evict him. If he will not leave after your repeated demands, you can have him arrested for trespassing.

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