I live in my grandfather house . My parents house I grew up in is in the same neighborhood . Long story short my grandfather is sick and can't care for himself so he lives at my parents house and my parents allowed me to live in his house so I could work and save money .. well my mom is a narcissist and is threatening to kick me out. My grandfather signed his house over to my mom and dad and dad sister have equal ownership 3 ways but my aunt lives in California and we are all in Maryland. Can my mom kick me out or do I have the right to some time before I leave? Or do I have to leave .
I am very curious as to YOUR theory as to why you think you are somehow entitled to stay in a house that you do not own,and you are not a rent-paying tenant with a lease either. Do the right thing. Either negotiate a written lease agreement, and thereafter abide by it, or move out.
If the owners of the home are not willing to give you a lease, then, yes, there might be a law in Maryland that would require them to take you to court in order to force you to leave, but do you really want to go down that road with your own family??
Not to mention the fact than an unlawful detainer lawsuit on your record will affect your ability to find rental housing in the future and could also affect job prospects with employers that do background checks, which include litigation checks.
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