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Bunnymama92

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  1. Bunnymama92

    Roommate Eviction

    Can I legally do this since the laws here state that I must give her 15 days? Does her letter count as her surrendering? I was under the impression that I have to give her an opportunity to claim her things before changing locks.
  2. Bunnymama92

    Roommate Eviction

    She has not surrendered the keys. The letter states to stay out of her room and bathroom, that she has video proof of how her belongings are arranged, and that she will be returning in a week with a uhaul for her furniture and belongings. She has her bedroom furniture, tv, clothing, a ton of toys, and felt it was necessary to separate her food in the kitchen from mine instead of bringing it with her. I was going to wait the week out to see if she returns and to get the keys. I'm assuming she is broke and needs to go gather some money to pay for her uhaul and find somewhere else to live.
  3. Bunnymama92

    Roommate Eviction

    Thank you for your answers. This helps a ton! I provided her a notice to be out in 15 days and she wrote me a letter demanding that she gets her deposit (which she never paid). I'm assuming she will have to try to fight that in court. She has left the property and claims she will be returning in a week with a uhaul to get everything.
  4. Bunnymama92

    Roommate Eviction

    Hello All, I am hoping someone can assist me with finding the best route of action for my situation. About 3 months ago I signed a lease for an apartment. I let a girl and her son move in out of pitty on a month to month basis but she is not on the lease. She has had mail coming here and decided to set up her own internet service here as well. Unfortunately she is no longer working and has decided not to pay rent. I feel terrible for her son but I can not afford to support them like this. I have tried getting her a new job as well as try and work out an agreement to pay less but she refuses to cooperate and stated that she will not leave until she is forced out. I want to bring it to the complex's attention and have her evicted. They do not require her to be on the lease. However, I think they may have a rule against people living here without applying for their background check (which she has not done) and I'm not sure they will cooperate. What can I do in this situation?
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