Posted by Will on September 12, 1999 at 17:50:59:
In Reply to: tenant in my own home (help) posted by Jenny on September 10, 1999 at 20:05:28:
Make sure your notices are in writing and a copy is hand delivered, and another sent registered mail. If you haven't done this do this ASAP. If you have done this contact a lawyer pronto...this is your house. Personally, I would contact a lawyer in either case.
: I recently purchased a home it has a 1 bdrm. apt. as well as a four bdrm
: main house. I moved into the 1 bdrm side, made arrangements for my son and 1
: dog. to stay at my mom's. The people that are on the main side of the house
: knew the house was for sale. They were told mid May that there would be a
: closing mid June. I for obvious reasons want to be in the main part of the
: They have been given 30 days several times and are still here. Along with several
: other problems and situations that have arose. I can not have access to that
: side without appointment. Rent when paid is late. I still have to pay my mort.
: I understand that I have to go thru the eviction stuff. But, do I have any other
: recourse since Ownership of the property has lond since changed.
: They have no lease. and no ambition. I want to have my family back and get rid
: of these darn boxes, that I have been living out of for 3 months.
: Any advice would be greatly appreciated.
: They have been aware of the situation for at least 101 days.
: I was in a simular situation with a land contract. I recieved notice to move,
: and in 53 days packed, found a new home, and here I am. stuck a tenant
: in my own home. I might add I have to add to the mortgage. there rent don't
: cover that, and I'm in the apartment. Somethings wrong.
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