If he's on a legal sublease, with you as landlords, then maybe.
If he's leasing directly from the property management, then you're likely in no better position to evict him than he is to evict you. That's the risk of getting a co-tenant to sign on. Landlords could, but rarely intervene in such disputes, especially while the rent is still coming in.
If he's not paying his share of rent, bills, fees, or damages you can always take him to small claims court to collect.
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I agree with Mr. Mauger -
If a roomate is on a lease directly with the property management, then the other roommates have no ability to terminate his lease or evict him - only a landlord can do those things.
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