He pays lights and internet no other bills
You need to either have him leave voluntarily or evict him.
Sometimes, paying an unwanted person cash in exchange for leaving is the best way to get the person out.
If you do not want to do this or if he refuses to leave, you will need to get a court order to force him to leave. To do this, you will need to hire an attorney to evict him.
What does your daughter want? If your daughter wants him out, this can happen easily. But if she wants him to stay, the process will be more difficult. In any event, it would be wise to discuss the matter with an attorney. The law is context-specific. An attorney will know which questions to ask to get the right information.
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