I'm being evicted by my mother, she was diagnosed in 04 with schizophrenia. with in the passed year she has no been following through with treatment and in may of this year I had to involve the police and she was petitioned for 2 wks and waived her rights , she said would follow through with treatment. During which time she gave a form and insisted that I sign it or I would be put out, I refused and stated that I would sign it once she took her medication 2 wks later I had to petition her back in the hospital with the help of the police again and I petitioned the court for guardianship. She was there for a month and the day after she was released she went to the court to have me evicted. Yesterday the court appointed her a guardian (she refused me and my family refused).
Unless your mother also has a conservator, then she would appear to retain the right to evict you. There does not need to be a "good" reason for the eviction. She owns the property and she can do with it whatever she wishes. You may have some counter-claims, if you have renovated or improved the premises, but it would appear you are going to need to find a new place to live. You can appeal to your mother's guardian, or to her conservator, if there is one. Otherwise, I do not think you have a legal right to stay.
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