Good afternoon, I'm contact you to see if you're able to help me with an inquiry my friend has a place he rents, he moved in with a girlfriend back in January but due to problems in the relationship he told her to move out in April, he was going to be out for the month to give her plenty of time to move out, she failed to do so and he kept insisting for months for her to move out, yesterday night, he called the police to have her removed from the house but he came to find out that she is now on the lease papers, when they moved in it was only him that was as a sole renter on the lease, my question is, is it possible for her to sign in without his consent at all? he wasn't present when she did this and he had to go through the humiliation of being kicked out of the house that he is the only one that has pay since January he has all the receipts that he has been the solely payer for all the rent payments, is it legal for her to co-sign without his knowledge?
i hope you'll be able to help me with this question, thank you for your time
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