Asked in Landlord - Tenant for Florida

Q: What are my rights on this situation

My boyfriend asked me to move in and his mom agreed to it.i am not on the lease but my boyfriend and hid mom are. I move down and have been here for 3 weeks, I pay for stuff in the house, I have mail that comes here, bow she's saying I have 7 days to move out. What rights do I have here? Does she have yo give me a 30 days notice? Or what are my other rights here?

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Jennifer Hanson Copus
Jennifer Hanson Copus
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  • Landlord Tenant Lawyer
  • Fort Walton Beach, FL
  • Licensed in Florida

A: Unfortunately, if you are not on the lease, then you do not have any rights under the law to remain in the property. Moreover, you are not entitled to any formal notice to vacate. Either the landlord, or the individuals on the lease, or both, may file an ejectment suit against you to remove you from the premises.

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