I told them they could stay one night so they moved all your stuff in and my daughter and her boyfriend and her boyfriend fight day and night he cut all my electrical wires in my house now the electricity in half of the house is out in my house now the electricity in half of the house my heater won't go on
You could try to see if the police would be willing to treat them as trespassers and force them to leave, but if they have stayed any length of time the police may require you to treat them like tenants.
In that case, you need to give them notice at least 7 days before the end of the month that they need to move. On the 1st of the month, if they are still there, you give them a 3 day notice to quit. If they are still there after 3 days, you file an eviction complaint with the county court and go to a hearing to ask for an order of possession. Then you ask for a writ of restitution and schedule a time for the Sheriff to come supervise while you move all their junk to the curb and lock them out of the house.
If they aren't complete deadbeats, you might sue them in small claims court for the cost of repairing the electrical wiring. That might not be worth the trouble, though.
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