In February of 2014 my wife and I rented an apartment. In August we moved out and allowed our son to move in so we would not break our lease. Shortly thereafter he allowed his girlfriend to move in. He no longer wants her there and after a dispute between the two we called the police. The first police that came made her leave telling her that since she did not pay any bills she have to leave. She came back and the police were called again. These officers told us that she had established residency and therefore we would have to have her evicted.
Ugh. Probably but there are several facts missing in your question that make a difference to the answer. Contact a local landlord/tenant attorney who can review your situation in detail and advise you accordingly.
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