Can you file a lawsuit for this concern?
Will I be able to file a lawsuit against them for my losses?
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If this business is not a lawful tenant or designated occupant, you will either need to have its officers criminally trespassed, or sue for trespass to land in civil court to have them removed. If you can show actual economic or other harm due to the putative defendant's conduct, you can sue for money damages as well. I would speak to a real property litigator for specific guidance on the civil aspects of this question, and let local law enforcement handle the criminal ones. Best wishes to you in December.
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Yes you should hire a lawyer and get them paying or get them off your property.
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This could be a case of trespass. The part about "not paying" you is confusing, as it suggests there may be a lease? Consider consulting with an experienced real estate litigation attorney to file a lawsuit seeking an injunction to stop the activity. I am not sure what you could recover here in terms of money damages, if you waited this long despite knowing about this for all of these years. The attorney you consult with can talk throught that with you.