That being said, you should ask them to leave by a certain deadline make sure it is realistic.
Maybe you can offer to assist them with relocation fees.
Even if they are not on the mortgage or have a lease, if they have lived at the home and received mail there they have established residency. You will have to follow proper eviction laws if they refuse to leave simply by being asked to leave.
Keep thins peaceful and respectful.
Best of Luck to you!
Kawain Payne, Realtor
Have a conversation with your guest (be courteous and diplomatic) ask them why you want them to leave and setup a deadline so they can have time to adjust. Offer to give them some relocation funds or to get them a moving truck... be part of his solution and not just the problem.
If things are irrational consult with an evictions attorney, but it will cost you money to get a decent one... most eviction firms are setup as chop-shops and the do it for about $800 but the attorneys never work on your case... their paralegal fill out the forms and they send an "appearance attorney" to court... that "appearance attorney" has no clue and has not read anything on your case andis just a warm body... a good attorney will cost you minimum of $1,500. Then the court may side with your guest and you lost all this time and money... SO... as you can see negotiating is better,.
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I assume you have let the person know they must find another place to live? Set a date limit and inform the landlord then change the locks. If the home is legally yours you can also use the police, but I would try other methods first.