Sex offenders have the same rights as anyone else, unless maybe it is a condition of their probation that they not live near a school or something. So treat them the same as any other person who didn't pay their rent, and get an eviction notice from court.

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If they havn't paid rent, start the legal eviction process. In most states you have to send them a letter informing the person you are evicting them. Then you need to file a lawsuit with the local magistrate/court to get an eviction judgement (writ). Then you have the local sheriff or constable enforce the eviction.

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You need to understand that while a sex offender may be simething you personally feel you do Not want living in your home, if you discriminate on that basis alone, you can end up being sued, he takes your house, and you end up paying rent to HIM or Her. so, make sure it is some thing that was done that is against the lease. Non-payment of rent is perfect. Just take him to court and evict him. or her.

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