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Tenant won't leave and has not signed a lease by Courtney (Arizona) on February 24, 2012 @20:47

                              
Sixteen months ago I allowed my brother to move in with me and has not paid any rent while he's been here. I have since written him a letter asking him to move out after my ill father moved in and is causing stress to my father but he will not leave. Do I have to go through the court to get him evicted if he recieves mail (including state unemployment checks) at my house?
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Re: Tenant won't leave and has not signed a lease by Anonymous on February 24, 2012 @20:49 [ Reply ]
Unfortunately, you will have to most likely go through the court systems.
Re: Tenant won't leave and has not signed a lease by Jake on February 24, 2012 @21:00 [ Reply ]
Ask you brother if he wants the permanent (yes, permanent) stamp of an eviction on his credit report. That means he will never be able to rent again, buy a car or whatever else requires even the most mediocre of credit scores. Give him a firm move out date and make it soon. Then file for an eviction if he is not out by that date and not two minutes later.

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