How to Evict My Daughter?

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To evict you daughter, give her a notice that she must vacate the property or cure the default and other responsibilities. File a complaint with the local state court for unlawful detainer if the past rent is not paid or the breach is not cured. Attend the hearing on the complaint at the time and date set by the court and provide evidence that she has not been meeting up to her responsibilities or not paying rent. You can go ahead and ask the police to forcibly remove your daughter if she does not leave on her own.
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Well just pull her to the side and talk to her,by her hair. If she is of legal age and wont leave willingly you can call the police to have her removed.
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Hi, Please forgive me for interfeating with your private business: You write on your daughter as if you write about your enemy.... You are supposed to love her, support her, care
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Tell her she needs to be out by <date> and then if she's not out at that time, pack up her stuff and leave it on the front stoop (don't put it out in the weather where it could
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If your daughter and/or her family do not have lease with you, then she/they are a month to month tenant. A month to month tenant can be evicted by serving the tenant, in this case
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