What to do if unwanted guest doesn't want to leave your property nor pay rent?

Question Details: I had a temporary guest with whom we agreed verbally that he could stay in my place on a weekly basis and pay certain amount of money. However, in case he wanted to move out he has to let me know at least 3 days in advanced. Right now he refuses to pay for time that he is staying in my place and refuses to leave and tries to claim himself as a "tenant" since he lived here for more than 30 days. What should I do? I never signed any lease with him, didn't take a deposit, he refused to show his ID and at the end broke our verbal agreement and starts to demand from me to live there for free for as much as he needs.

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