Law Office of Jared Altman | Jared Altman
Your question is very open ended. There are a lot of things you can do. You can ask the tenant to move. You can pay the tenant to move. You can terminate the tenant's lease and then bring an eviction proceeding. You may have other options depending on the exact circumstances.
Answer Applies to: New York
The Coyle Law Office | T. Andrew Coyle
This is determined by your state's laws. In Illinois, you would need to serve the tenant with a notice stating that you no longer wish for them to reside in the apartment and you demand they leave. If they do not leave, you would need to file an eviction action in your county courthouse.
Answer Applies to: Illinois
Dunnings Law Firm | Steven Dunnings
First you need to serve a 30 notice to terminate the tenancy. After the 30 days have elapsed and if the tenant has not moved out, then you need to file a summons and complaint to terminate the tenancy and have the tenant served with those papers. Then you go in front of a Judge to get a judgment of possession.
Answer Applies to: Michigan