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Tenant's rights against Owner's daughter

Posted by Danny McLaughlin on August 31, 1996 at 22:32:06:

Two women lived in this house, my girlfriend and the Owner's daughter. The daughter was moving out-of-state in 3 months and I was looking for a place to live. We came upon an (oral) agreement that if I moved in, me and my girlfriend would pay the rent while she saved money to move. She finally moved and we had the place to ourselves, with an oral agreement on a monthly rent. After 2 weeks, things did not work out and the daughter returned. She has (against our wishes) already changed her mailing address to here, as well as had her household goods shipped here. Neither of us want her here, but what rights do we have against her parents (the tenants) so that we can remain here? She has not moved in yet, but it has only been back one day and has indicated she will be returning.

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