By Jennifer - 19/5/2021 22:01

A very compassionate defence…

Today, I’ve been summoned to court because I found some homeless people living in a house I bought to renovate, and my brothers and I threw them out. Apparently even though it’s my property, they had some bullshit squatters rights. I can’t believe the courts are taking their complaint seriously. FML
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By  thatslifeiguess7  |  16

We have squatters in our neighborhood and cops nor owners can do anything.
They start fires, throw parties.
And in most states you can't start the eviction till August.
In our building we're the only ones who are paying rent.
Good luck it's ridiculous how they treat folks who are doing right

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By  thatslifeiguess7  |  16

We have squatters in our neighborhood and cops nor owners can do anything.
They start fires, throw parties.
And in most states you can't start the eviction till August.
In our building we're the only ones who are paying rent.
Good luck it's ridiculous how they treat folks who are doing right

By  Paul Hext  |  3

It isn't bullshit. Your issue is with either the seller, if they knew there were squatters present, or your lawyer, if they didn't make the correct enquiries of the seller, orfailed to report the issue to you. If you knew that they were there, but failed to check their rights, then your issue is with yourself!

By  Tikmysta  |  19

I’ve been there, it was a 9month exercise to finally get my property back. To top it all off I had a bogus “human rights group” who would frequent said premises in two truckloads wielding crickets and the like

It was a cluster fuck, so I feel you pain