Q: I live in a mobile home technically owned by my daughter, which she bought from my mom and dad for her and I to live in.
We've been having issues due to her alcohol problem but long story short, her dad, who lives in CA is here trying to get into this place. Our daughter is out of town in Indiana. I do not want him coming in here because the reason I left him was due to abuse. I really need to know if I have to let him in if my daughter says he can because technically she owns the place and technically I am a renter. I've called the police dept. who gave me some number to "The Landlord People", which turned out to be the state atty. gen's office. I feel like I'm in the twilight zone... Please help me!
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