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Disclaimer – This is legal information, not legal advice. For legal advice contact a component real estate attorney in your jurisdiction.
In the second vlog of the ask of the real estate attorney series I was asked:
“Is the process of evicting a family member without an oral lease agreement the same as evicting a squatter?”
Well, (at least where I practice law) whether or not someone is a family member does not change the appropriate cause of action to evict them.
I weigh in on the different causes of actions to evict this hypothetical family member and how I would decide what cause of action to file.
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