Here in Ohio they can serve him with a 3 day notice to quite the property for whatever reason, usually non-payment of rents or other violation of agreement. The 3 days does not include weekends or holidays EG: served on Friday, person has Friday, Monday, Tuesday to quite the property. You would also have to serve them in the presence of a witness because if they choose not to quite the property voluntarily you would have to sue them. The judge can order them to quite the property from anywhere from 1 to 30 days but where I live the judge has been giving no more than 10 days. I'm getting ready to go through this process myself for non payment of rent, surprisingly it's pretty easy in Ohio.
Bear in mind I'm by no means an expert on this, I'm just unlucky enough to have a deadbeat renter.
I'm not clear on the restraining order process but I think they can get one based on what's been said pretty easily.
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