How to Kick Someone out of Your House?

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Many times it may take legal action to kick someone out of your house. You will most likely have to take the approach of an eviction and kick them out that way.
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To kick someone out of your house you can simply ask them to leave. If you have a written agreement with them and they are paying you rent, you will have to get the law involved for the proper procedures on eviction.
If a person staying in your house is not paying rent you can kick them out without any legal ramifications. However, if the person has been invited by someone who is living in the house and paying rent, and the person who is not paying any rent refuses to leave your only recourse is to have the person who is paying rent legally evicted. To have the renter evicted, you need to go to the county sheriff and request that they serve a notice of eviction on the renter.
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