Tell her how soon you want her to move out.
If possible, give her a reasonable amount of time to find a new place to live.
Say something like, “I’d like to shoot for the end of the month,” or “I think 30 days should be enough time to find a place.
How do you politely ask someone to leave?
How much do you want the person to leave? If you really do want them to go, it’s best to be direct. I would say, “I’m sorry but I’m going to have to ask you to leave now.” If you want to soften it a bit, you can say “I have another appointment, or I’m very busy.”
How do you ask someone to move?
Here are some tips to help you out.
- Do acknowledge that it’s a big favor.
- Don’t take it personally if someone can’t or won’t help.
- Do give enough notice.
- Don’t put anyone out too much.
- Do ask for weekend help.
- Don’t be vague about what you need.
- Do provide refreshments.
- Don’t be bossy.
How do I ask my roommate to move out?
Check out these tips for telling your roommate that you are moving out, or if you would like for them to move out.
- Think it Through.
- Consider the Timing and Place.
- Be Calm and Direct.
- Take Responsibility/Avoid Accusations.
- Split Things Fairly.
- Manage your Stuff.
- Don’t Forget Your Lease.
- Keep in Touch.
How do I get someone to leave my house legally?
Legally Removing People. Send a certified letter asking them to leave in 30 days or less. While a house guest is not technically a tenant, certain tenant-landlord laws still apply to the relationship if they’ve been with your for more than 30 days. Talk to an attorney who will help you draft and send an eviction notice