Her BF moved in 2yrs ago he stayed with out paying for awhile as a guest so I said if you are staying all the time you need to pay rent he's always behind in rent it's now over 3 months behind she wants him out how do I legally get him out I own the house. At one point he had someone visiting I didn't like and told his guest to leave and police said I can't force his guests to leave if he's living there so I'm confused.
You should consult with a good local L/T attorney; send him appropriate notice to terminate his month-to-month lease, and then if he doesn't leave, you will have to initiate eviction proceedings. Just hope your daughter doesn't end up with him, an eviction on his record would NOT be too good for his future.
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If he's behind on rent, serve him with a 3 day notice to pay rent or surrender possession. If he fails to do so, then initiate an eviction action. If he pays, just serve him with a notice of termination of the lease at lease 15 days before the end of the monthly rental period and if he refuses to move out, file an eviction action. You may want to retain an attorney to ensure everything is done correctly.
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Agreed. Send him a three day notice to pay and if he does not then you can file an eviction lawsuit. However I would not file eviction lawsuit without using an attorney as eviction lawsuits can be tricky and if done incorrectly, have the potential to costing you a lot of money in attorneys fees.
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You're confused because you decided to play landlord and allow a stranger to live in your home because he was hooking up with your daughter. NOW you get to unfortunately suffer the effect of that poor decision. You will now need to actually spend money out of pocket to hire a lawyer to go through the eviction process. Since this person lives with you and is "with" your daughter - this is NOT a DIY project where you muddle fuddle yourself through the process to save money or claim you can' afford it. If you botch it up you may find YOURSELF kicked out of your own home or being sued by him. Once things escalate to this point there is a HIGH potential for bad things to happen - some of which involve chalk outlines. A lawyer will help you be efficient and make proper decisions for your own protection at this point.
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