Q: I am disabled, 57 years old and a single female. I have been living in a 55 + condo for 20 yrs . About a year & 1/2
ago, my daughter and my 2 young grandchildren (ages 5-6) moved in with me due to domestic violence . She has a final restraining order. I have been taking care of them while my daughter worked.
I have a physical disability (spinal stenosis) and a traumatic brain injury from a serious fall where I fell over a concrete parking barrier and landed straight onto my head 7 years ago. I need a cane to walk and cannot climb more than 2 small flights of stairs.
My mother has owned this condo all this time. She is also physically disabled and on medicare.
Condo Assoc has filed a Summons with all our names on it asking us to leave. Gave us 30 days, now we have to be out before April 12.
My family are now moving into my mother’s house.
Can I stay in my condo.? I have been a model resident for 20 years.
I’ve been looking for housing for months but they are very expensive for me, who live on Medicare.
Am I able to stay in my condo now that I’m alone again ?
A: A summons is merely notice that a complaint has been filed with the Court. You failed to state if a complaint was annexed to the summons. If you are the owner, you must comply with the HOA documents. A complaint would mention what acts are in violation. So it is difficult to describe what you must do other than file an answer with the Court.
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