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Old 09-01-2009, 08:23 PM   #11
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well the no roommates idea works too, i wasnt sure if you needed one to help out with bills and stuff. i know times are tough, trust me. but if you dont need one, then i wouldn't have one either.
I've never needed a roomate to help out with finances. Most of them were people who were friends down on the luck (job loss, divorce, etc...) Usually they stayed for a few months and demanded to pay their way while they lived with me and and left when they got back on their feet. This one was a retired State worker who had pissed her retirement away by borrowing against it over the years she did work for the state. At the time I let her move in it was convient for me as I needed someone to be in the house when I would be gone for days on end working. She has no pot to piss in nor a window to throw it out of so she cleaned the house and did laundry to compensate me for rent.
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What state are you in? And did you ever have any sort of relationship with this woman other than landlord/tenant??

You could be in for a real battle, which could get ugly.

Here's hoping you can use the law on your side and not the other way around.

That has DICEY written all over it.

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JD, I'm in California and I live in Sacramento County. I had a realtionship with her that ended 13 years ago, however we remained friends over the years. I expect that this will get ugly before it is over. And DICEY may be a mild term before this is all over.
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I've never needed a roomate to help out with finances. Most of them were people who were friends down on the luck (job loss, divorce, etc...) Usually they stayed for a few months and demanded to pay their way while they lived with me and and left when they got back on their feet. This one was a retired State worker who had pissed her retirement away by borrowing against it over the years she did work for the state. At the time I let her move in it was convient for me as I needed someone to be in the house when I would be gone for days on end working. She has no pot to piss in nor a window to throw it out of so she cleaned the house and did laundry to compensate me for rent.
I understand that completely, but now that she is causing problems, shed have to leave.
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WOW! I only know what I would do in your situation. I'd burn her RIGHT NOW! Report the stuff stolen YESTERDAY. By her threatening you that killed any delay. I also would have kicked her out some time ago as well. Start the proceedings NOW.
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I would get a copy of your state's landloard/ tenant laws to see what you have to do get her out. She may have "rights" despite the house being yours.

I realize that every state is different however as an example, in VT once a person has lived in a place for 30 days, they must be legally evicted, which can take several months. By simply changing the locks, she can do whatever she has to to get in: break a window, smash down the door, etc., and it wouldn't be illegal at all, even if she never paid rent.

Just the obscure stuff you might want to look into before tou "pull the trigger" on anything, just so your bases are covered.

Other than the living situation I'd definitely proceed with the larceny complaints. Even if the checks are not cashed she still stole your property, which is still a larceny despite not cashing them.

Good luck bro, sounds like a tough spot to be in.
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WOW! I only know what I would do in your situation. I'd burn her RIGHT NOW! Report the stuff stolen YESTERDAY. By her threatening you that killed any delay. I also would have kicked her out some time ago as well. Start the proceedings NOW.
Or.....darkness, a shovel and a large rug.

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Do you have a written/notarized lease agreement with her? Trouble in mrm's house - The Club House

No tickie, no washie............I'd kick her to the curb and return her belongings when she returns yours!

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JD, I'm in California and I live in Sacramento County. I had a realtionship with her that ended 13 years ago, however we remained friends over the years. I expect that this will get ugly before it is over. And DICEY may be a mild term before this is all over.
Yeah. Kalifornia. I can tell you, from a past employment experience where the company rented a house, and we put people up in it at company expense, when it came time to kick some people out for drug use and for being fired from the company because of it - they had all the rights in the world and the company had almost no legal recourse. Once they were able to prove they were residents there, paying a satellite bill in their name, and getting mail there, the company was S-Crewed.

The lease ended up expiring ( 5 months or so ) before we were able to get them out of the house.

Add into the fact that you once had relations, and in a community property state like that...

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Do you have a written/notarized lease agreement with her? Trouble in mrm's house - The Club House

No tickie, no washie............I'd kick her to the curb and return her belongings when she returns yours!

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No written/notorized lease agreement here and the house belongs to the trust I am trustee of. The Trust states that the Trustee shall be provided a home to live in by the trust until he/she dies, relinquishes his/her duties as trustee to next sucessor trustee, or dies which will envoke the next named sucessor trustee to take over. My brothers (benificaries) dont want any part of managing this trust as it is quite large and are quite happy for me to carry this burden.
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