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- I helped a friend out and let her stay with me but she isn't playing rent and she isn't on my lease. How do I evict her and what kind of notice do I need to give her? Can it be written?
- Since 2010 I've lived at a home in mesa az. Recently my friend gave her home back to bank/ reverse mortgage and lien on it from IRS.She moved out to Missouri in july or first of aug 2013.I still am in the home whike she knew this she broke thru a window and hsrassed me.I called police they said she has a right to come in and change the locks.what legal rights do I have I pay utility bill at the resident.the mortgage company said it is in foreclosure so I need to know my rights
- The home we are renting is set to go to Trustee Auction at the end of this month. The "Protecting Tenants at Foreclosure Act" expired 12/31/2014. What are my rights as a tenant now that this has expired. Can I be evicted without notice..do I still have to receive ample notice if the new owner wishes to occupy the home?
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