Contact an attorney who has experience in the general practice of law, or who specializes in landlord/tenant matters. You would have to provide your son with a 30 Notice to Terminate Tenancy and proceed in a certain manner thereafter. There are certain requirements that must be adhered to, and I believe the matter will proceed much smoother with representation by an attorney who is familiar with this area of law. It is a bit more complicated than you might otherwise believe.
Neil M. Colman
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