Q: My bf & I moved in dolx approx 9 yrs ago. Now that bf moved out. They tx me to give key n empty by5/1 Why do I need move
BF bosses wife's family owns these. We never have had a rental agreement. Why do my Grandson n I need to move? Why in 4 days? There's no way possible for me to get to stay? I didn't give my notice. They try n say they rented to the Bf. But we both have lived here from day one without a rental lease. As well as the neighbors. There was DV involved and I get along with all of my neighbors n keep the place up n have alot of money invested n hard labor taking pride in my yard and inside making it a nice home. Never have I Disrespected anyone here. My Grandson is stable and catches the school bus rt here. Why should I have to uproot him. Any suggestions much appreciated.
A: First, you have indeed had a rental agreement but it may have only been verbal, which makes it difficult for either side to prove the exact terms. If BF moved out voluntarily, his exit likely terminated the tenancy for both of you. If, however, he left due to domestic violence, you may be entitled to continue living there. Regardless, they can't remove you without going to court and obtaining a court order and that will likely take a couple of weeks at a minimum. You may want to simply review everything in detail with a local landlord-tenant attorney to determine your exact rights. Good luck.
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