You can request they leave, if they do not, the proper procedure if they are not paying rent would be an ejectment action. Best of luck.
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You need to evict them just like you would a tenant.
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You'll either need to file an ejectment or an eviction depending on if they pay rent.
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It all depends on whether they would be defined as a tenant under the law. Do they normally pay rent periodically? If so, they might be a tenant. If they aren't a tenant, then you're looking at an ejectment action, not an eviction, which takes much longer. I would consider paying them to move out because it will cost you at least 3 or 4 hundred dollars in filing fees and costs (without hiring an attorney) just to file either lawsuit. Good luck.
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