I was an equal partner in a Limited Family Partnership. After I had invested over $200k in this structure my siblings want me removed from the property. I called for the dissolution of the Partnership due to irreconcilable differences. My attorney requested a formal account of the Partnership assets 6 months ago with no response. The original General Partner has now taken back all ownership and assets and is threatening to have me evicted or charged with trespassing if I do not leave. They will not reimburse me for my investment or pay me my share of the Partnership's value. This has been my legal address for the past 7 years and I have lived here continually since Nov 2012. I am not a tenant and there is no lease. Is there any way they can force me to leave without compensation?The original General Partners now own the property. I do not currently have an attorney.
Who currently owns the dwelling? The dissolved partnership? If so, whoever is in charge of winding up the partnership affairs likely has the authority to manage the property and/or throw you out though I doubt the police would charge you with trespassing. It is much more likely they simply would call it a civil matter for the courts to resolve. All this said, you already have an attorney who is intimately familiar with all the details. They are the one to be answering your questions!
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