Donald C Eby's answer Likely not. Whatever your lease is, month to month, annual , etc. however good or bad it is, written or verbal is the lease. The landlord does not have the right to terminate because he wants to move back in. But, he can terminate based on mutual agreement or breach of the terms of the lease.
Review your lease and enforce it strictly this may help you to force a mutual agreement to terminate or great the basis for an enforceable eviction.
Donald C Eby's answer Either the borrower has the right to pre-pay without penalty or he does not. This should be defined in the terms of the Promissory Note. Lender does not have the right to unilaterally change the terms or demand more. If there is no written promissory note - Lender likely does not have the right to prevent early payment or charge a fee for early payment.
Donald C Eby's answer If your landlord is in breach of the breach you likely need to provide notice and opportunity to cure before you have the right to terminate. I recommend contacting an attorney to help you as the landlord may come after you for damages if he thinks that you have not properly terminated.
Donald C Eby's answer You likely are not in a good legal position. The lease creates an obligation on the Tenant to pay the rent. The lease cannot be unilaterally terminated, but termination can be negotiated. Landlord had 30 - 60 days depending upon the language in the lease to return your security deposit from the termination of the lease, in this case termination may not occur until a new tenant takes possession.
Hopefully, your loss can be limited to the security deposit and LL does not pursue you...
Donald C Eby's answer There is likely some LL abuse occurring here. I recommend you contact an attorney to draft a demand letter to be sent to the LL asserting your rights of sole and exclusive possession.
Donald C Eby's answer This is a very valuable asset to you and your siblings. The facts are confusing, I recommend that you schedule a consultation with an attorney to discuss the facts and possible rights that you and your siblings may have against common law husband's claim.
Donald C Eby's answer If there is no easement you should have an attorney send a demand letter to Century Link. This will ultimately force CenturyLink to prove it has a right or move the cables at its expense.
Donald C Eby's answer Unfortunately, if he has taken residence legally and refuses to leave based on your request then you'll need to formally evict him through the court system. The process begins with legally enforceable Notice. If you are unfamiliar with the process I recommend that you contact and attorney to discuss the process or process the eviction for you.
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