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Jansi

The Freeloader will not leave my home since he discovered it was rent FREE, i can not get him to leaveā€¦

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Hari

Why are you being such a sucker and allowing yourself to be abused by him and others? STOP taking responsibility for other adults. Let them be responsible for themselves. Kick them ALL out. If you want to get your husband out, you will have to file for divorce. If you want a temporary separation to decide on divorce later(?), you will have to be the one to move out. Stop paying for everything for his family. You are responsible for YOU alone and your minor children. If your husband refuses to get a job, file for divorce.

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Jaya

If you own and he is not also an owner of the property, you will have to evict him through the courts. 

If you own the property together, you cannot evict him. 

If you rent and he is on the lease, he can only be evicted by the LL *IF* he has violated the lease in any way. 

If you rent and he is not on the lease nor has he been approved for residency by the LL, all of you are subject to eviction for a lease violation. You cannot allow someone to move in without the LL's prior written permission

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Oram

If you rent and he is not on the lease nor has he been approved for residency by the LL, all of you are subject to eviction for a lease violation. You cannot allow someone to move in without the LL prior written permission

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