When does a guest claim residency?
What if you tell a house guest that’s been staying with you intermittently not enter your home. The said “guest” has no key, no lease, and has their on house.
Is this guest now considered a trespasser? Would they have any right to enter without permission?
1 Answer from Attorneys
Based on the way you stated it, this person can be made to leave and if they refuse, the cops called to have them removed. However, if they have actually lived there, then you would have to go to a local municipal / justice of the peace court and have them evicted. (If they have no key then just don't let them in.)
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