In a word - Yes. There is a difference between eviction and ejectment.
An eviction is a suit brought against someone while a lease is still in
effect. Whether it is failure to pay rent, violation of the rules or violation
of a lease provision, you are under the terms of the contract which is
the lease. The eviction is used to terminate one's interest in the
property during the term of the lease. What if the lease term is over
or there never was a lease, only an agreement to allow someone to stay
in the apartment or even your own home?
When there is no lease, or the lease has expired and not renewed or there
never was a lease (something more common than you would believe) then
the proper procedure is a suit in ejectment. Ejectment seeks to remove
someone from possessing property which is no longer rightfully theirs
to possess, even if it once was. Ejectment can also be used to determine
certain title issues between the party in possession and the party claiming
possession. But do not confuse it with something called a quiet title
action, which is used to determine title in someone as against any and
all potential possessors - like who should be the final owner, something
not available simply because you signed a lease.