You will be a PARENT for the rest of your life.
You may be severing your relationship; for the rest of your life!
Is it worth it?
Can you FORGIVE and communicate with her?
Is there a way you can help her get on her feet?
"What we have here is a failure to communicate!" (cool hand luke, 1977)
You're not the landlord, so you can't evict her. On the other hand, if she's living there and not on the lease, the landlord could evict you. Check the terms of the lease.
Another possible issue: Is there any written agreement between you and your daughter? In real estate, if it's not in writing, it's not enforceable. An oral agreement isn't enforceable. And--again, I'm not a lawyer--if you did have something in writing and it violated the terms of the lease, it's doubtful that could be enforced.
You can toss her out if you wish. That's different than a formal eviction. Call her bluff. Toss her out.
Ron makes a valid point about family. But at age 32, a woman who's living at home, refuses to clean her room, and says the only way she's going to move is if she's evicted needs to grow up a bit. Help her to grow up. That's also the role of a parent and of a caring family member.
Hope that helps.
careful you may have broken your lease agreement. Try to solve this between the two of you. After that seek the help of an attorney. Molly